Blog Archives: 2018

What the QBID and Tax Reform Mean for Pass-Through Entities

One of the most highly touted aspects of tax reform is the cutting of the corporate tax rate from a maximum rate of 35% to a flat rate of 21%.  Many corporations showed their gratitude for the tax cut by paying out bonuses to their employees or promising to boost the economy in other ways. […]

Tax Scam Alert: Fake Refunds

It’s that time of year again, where unscrupulous “entrepreneurs” (i.e., scammers) are extremely active trying to defraud the U.S. government and its taxpayers out of billions of dollars of tax money. From phone calls to phishing, scammers will go to any lengths to get at your money. And now, with the massive Experian data breach, […]

Kiddie Tax: How Best to Report Your Child’s Unearned Taxable Income

Note: This post, originally published on March 15, 2017, has been updated to include changes brought by the 2018 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. These changes are indicated in blue italics. Our high net worth clients often want to get their children interested in finance and investing at a young age. Along with this desire […]

Tax Reform and the Real Estate Industry: Will It Impact Business Interest?

Among the many questions around tax reform, one question those in real estate might be asking is whether or not all business interest will be deductible. The answer to this question is likely, “yes.” However, under tax reform, starting in 2018, your interest expense may be limited to 30% of adjusted taxable income. Through December […]

New Use Tax Reporting Obligations for Remote Sellers

Retailers making sales in other states (aka, remote sellers) have new use tax reporting obligations in some states where they are not obligated to collect sales taxes. Several states have new rules impacting remote sellers, including requirements that remote sellers must report to customers when use tax is due on a sale.  Remote sellers are […]

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