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Author: Christopher Axene
Find out more about the pros and cons of switching your accounting method from accrual to cash basis.
Listen to this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio to hear Chris Axene discuss tax regulations and the new IRS guidance regarding entertainment expenses!
Rea’s tax bloodhound, Chris Axene, is on unsuitable on Rea Radio to discuss tax reform and the new guidance regarding entertainment expenses.
New IRS guidance clarifies who can benefit from the new 20 percent deduction of qualified business income from pass-through entities.
Self-employment tax reporting for limited liability companies is undergoing some changes. Find out what they are and what opportunities are still available.
Taxpayers can expect to receive additional guidance on various tax reform provisions this summer. Read on to learn which ones.
Chris Axene, a principal and regional tax expert at Rea, joins us on part two of our Tax Cuts and Jobs Act mini-series on unsuitable on Rea Radio to talk talk about changes that will affect the owners of C corps and flow-through entities, and whether or not business owners should reconsider their choice of entity. Listen now!
From new corporate tax rates to the bonus depreciation and net operating loss provisions to a variety of changes poised to hit companies that do business overseas (and everything in between), the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is full of savings opportunities for business owners. Listen to this episode to find out what you should expect as a result of this new tax reform legislation.
This particular flow-through provision was ultimately added to the Tax and Jobs Act as a way to help mitigate the fact that, while C corps were given substantially reduced tax rates, the individual tax rates were only reduced by about two or three percent. Read on to learn more.