Proposed Regs Provided for Code Sec. 163(j) Limit
The IRS has proposed regulations on the limitation on the business
interest expense deduction under Code Sec. 163(j), as amended by
the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) ( P.L. 115-97). The IRS also has
Deductions Denied to Medical Marijuana Dispensary
A nonprofit corporation that operated a medical-marijuana
dispensary legally under California law was not allowed to claim
deductions for business expenses on its federal return. Code Sec.
2019 Standard Mileage Rates Released
The IRS released the optional standard mileage rates for 2019. Most
taxpayers may use these rates to compute deductible costs of
operating vehicles for:...
Proposed Regs Address Foreign Tax Credit Changes
Highly anticipated foreign tax credit regulations have been issued
that provide guidance on the significant changes made to the
foreign tax credit rules by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ( P.L.
Guidance on 2019 Withholding Rules
The IRS has provided interim guidance for the 2019 calendar year on
income tax withholding from wages and withholding from retirement
and annuity distributions. In general, certain 2018 withholding
How do I? Make a Section 83(b) stock election
Stock is a popular and valuable compensation tool for employers and
employees. Employees are encouraged to stay with the company and to
work harder, to enhance the value of the stock they will earn. E...
FAQs: When can I deduct job-hunting expenses?
Job-hunting expenses are generally deductible as long as you are
not searching for a job in a new field. This tax benefit can be
particularly useful in a tough job market. It does not matter
FAQ: What is a limited liability company?
A limited liability company (LLC) is a business entity created
under state law. Every state and the District of Columbia have LLC
statutes that govern the formation and operation of LLCs....
Estimated tax: Getting it right
Estimated tax is used to pay tax on income that is not subject to
withholding or if not enough tax is being withheld from a person's
salary, pension or other income. Income not subject to withholding
The small employer health insurance premium credit
Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA)
enacted in March 2010, small employers may be eligible to claim a
tax credit of 35 percent of qualified health insurance premium
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