Posted by Margaret Amsden on December 3, 2019
With the tax law changes that became effective in 2018, the average person has potentially lost the benefit of their charitable contributions. However, there are several very straightforward options that you may be able to take advantage of.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on November 18, 2019
Throughout the ordinary course of business, you could very well find yourself in a position of insolvency which leads to the restructuring of your debt. Dealing with cash flow issues or insolvency can be very stressful and time-sensitive, and many business owners and taxpayers alike shudder at the thought of finding themselves in this state.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on October 28, 2019
Every year brings a list of information filing requirements necessary to make sure that payees have the information needed to file their taxes. To assist with year-end business reporting, Clayton & McKervey has identified some items for you to consider.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on May 2, 2019
Estate planning can be done at any time but “now” is always the best time if it has been a few years since reviewing your estate plan, or if one needs to be created.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on January 2, 2019
Those planning to discuss business at the next tailgate, or talk shop over eighteen holes with the intention of writing off the expense on this year’s tax return, need to think again. In the IRS’s latest notice on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), changes to Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 274 regarding meals & entertainment, entertainment expenses are strictly off the menu.
Ensure your understanding of the new tax regulations to get the most return out of your investment! Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), businesses have been impacted in multiple ways. In particular, businesses considering a transaction, such as a merger or acquisition, should be sure to discuss the following...
Posted by Margaret Amsden on December 3, 2018
Every year brings a list of information filing requirements to make sure that payees have the information needed to file their taxes.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on August 20, 2018
Since the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, tax practitioners have been anxiously awaiting guidance on some of the more intricate scenarios facing businesses.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on August 6, 2018
The imposition of sales tax collection obligations on out-of-state e-commerce companies and sellers using platforms such as Amazon, Inc., even when lacking a physical presence within in a state, upon meeting specific sales thresholds.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on March 13, 2018
Many partnerships allow for special allocations of income and deductions, and a settlement could affect partners differently based on these allocations.