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In August, the IRS proposed regs on the new pass through business income deductions for Section 199A. Although lengthy at 184-pages, the regs do provide some much needed clarification around who can benefit and how.
Partner Rachel Sawyer with Denver-based TaxOps says its going to take a lot of work in 2018 to get your arms around potential savings from the new small business income deduction. If you qualify, Section 199A could mean tens of thousands of dollars of extra cash in your pocket come next year. Rachel Sawyer joined Dean Rotbart this week to delve into the nuances of the new tax code and what businesses can do to take maximum advantage of the savings it offers. Listen now.
Here’s how we define the difference between a tax preparer and a tax partner. Watch now.
The much-hyped strategies certain states pursued to help high-income taxpayers avoid the new state and local tax (SALT) deduction cap may be for naught. Read more.
More business is good news for service providers, of course. But in many states, it also means that their typically steady stream of sales tax revenue is shrinking — leading some of those states to change their tax laws regarding services.
Judy Vorndran joined a group of remarkable women at a think tank for finalists in the Outstanding Women in Business awards program. The winners will be announced at a cocktail reception awards program on Aug. 23 at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts' Seawell Ballroom. Read more.