Blog Archives: 2013

Capitalizing on the De Minimis Exception

For years, the IRS has tried to wrap its arms around rules related to the capitalization vs. deductible repairs and supplies for tangible property. In September 2013 – two years after the proposed regulations were issued – the IRS issued the Final Tangible Property Regulations.

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Top Five 2013 Year-End Estate & Tax Tips for Real Estate Developers

Have you adjusted your estate planning, investment and tax strategies to take advantage (or not hurt yourself) in light of the new tax rates? Higher income earners can potentially be in the 39.6%,

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Do Your Year-End Tax Planning Now

By now, everyone should have filed their 2012 business and individual income tax returns. Before we settle into the holidays, let’s not forget to do some basic year-end tax planning.

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Preparing for Year End: Common Questions About Goodwill Impairment

As we rapidly approach the fourth quarter of 2013 and the impending year end for many clients, we start to get questions on many of the facets of financial statement reporting that may be ignored in the first part of the year.

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Effective Internal Controls are Beneficial and Cost Effective

A common misconception about implementing internal controls over financial reporting and operations is that doing so would be overwhelming and costly. I often hear from CFO’s and management of real estate development and construction companies that implementing internal controls is not an option for them because they have a limited number of accounting staff.

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