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The crew discusses missing deadlines as a reason clients may choose to fire an accounting firm. Part 5 of 10 From None of Our Businesses Episode 16
The crew discuss why accounting firms may be fired due to insufficient expertise and they discuss how well equipped clients may or may not be to make that decision. Part 4 of 10 From None of Our Businesses Episode 16
The federal tax credit for increasing research activities (research credit) provides a permanent tax benefit for many kinds of businesses. For many companies the credit can be a substantial tax savings. However, subsection (g) of the tax code (IRC 41) brings a significant limitation to owners of sole proprietorships and flow-through entities, like LLCs taxed…
It may seem like an obvious statement, but I’ve seen it more than once. An entity is formed and an entrepreneur starts racking up what they think are operating expenses, which they will be able to deduct. The only problem is that they have missed the part, where you have to actually have a business.…
Partners who are working for their partnership are generally considered to be self-employed and are not employees for federal tax purposes. This means that a partner is subject to self-employment tax and isn’t eligible for certain tax favored employee benefits sponsored by their partnerships. These rules would also apply to an LLC taxed as a partnership. Some taxpayers…
Twelve years onward, the Californians Helping to Alleviate Medical Problems (CHAMP) tax court decision, is still an important cornerstone to federal tax law for the Cannabis industry. From a federal income tax standpoint, it doesn’t matter whether income is derived from legal or illegal source. All income is taxable. However, tax deductions are a “grace…