I’ve got some bad news, unfortunately. The IRS may have destroyed or dramatically reduced your Section 199A deduction. At least if you’re a typical … [Read more...] about How the IRS Destroyed the Section 199A Deduction for Small Business S Corporations and Partnerships
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 created new depreciation rules. And both business owners and real estate investors want to learn the new … [Read more...] about Maximize Depreciation Deductions under the Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017
On February 1, 2019, the IRS published a corrected version of their final regulations for Section 199A (available here). The corrections include a … [Read more...] about Final Section 199A Regulation Correction: Separate v. Separable
You have probably already heard the bad news. Partnership Section 199A deductions get limited or even eliminated in many situations. If you’re a … [Read more...] about Salvaging Partnership Section 199A Deductions
If your company does business in Washington, then you likely need a Washington business license. Luckily, applying for a new business license in … [Read more...] about How to Apply for a Washington Business License
Some bad news, I’m afraid. The new Section 199A qualified business income deduction creates a number of danger zones for taxpayers and their tax … [Read more...] about Section 199A Qualified Business Income Deduction Danger Zones
For some small businesses and individuals, the new Section 951A GILTI tax creates a huge planning challenge and compliance burden. And what's … [Read more...] about Section 951A GILTI Tax Avoidance: Ten Tricks
If you’re a real estate agent or broker, you may wonder whether the new Section 199A deduction works for you. And the short answer: Probably you … [Read more...] about Real Estate Broker Section 199A Deduction
As you probably know if you’re reading this blog post, many investors and entrepreneurs with an international footprint face a painful new tax, the … [Read more...] about Section 962 Election: An Answer to GILTI?
For either 2017 or 2018, many U.S. taxpayers with an interest in a foreign corporation owe(d) the § 965 transition tax. However, the new rule arrived … [Read more...] about Do You Owe the Section 965 Transition Tax?