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Tax Reform Series #6: Tax Savings from Accounting Methods

The Internal Revenue Service is working to implement the major tax changes approved by Congress in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (“TCJA”), including several provisions reforming and simplifying accounting methods for small businesses. Our latest Tax. Read More >>

Tax Reform Series #5: Meals & Entertainment Deduction Limitations

The Meals and Entertainment deductions have stricter limitations under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (“TCJA”). Our latest Tax Reform Advisor focuses on changes that were made to Internal Revenue Code Section 274 “Disallowance of Certain Entertainment,. Read More >>

Tax Reform Series #4: Transition Tax on Offshore Earnings

March 14, 2018 Tax Advisor

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has proven to be more complex than it appears, and the international tax provisions are no exception. This week’s alert describes the transition tax that converts our tax system from worldwide taxation to. Read More >>

Tax Reform Series #3: Excess Business Losses

Our latest Tax Reform Advisor applies to excess business losses, which most directly relates to individuals and the deductibility of business losses from sole proprietorships and pass-through entities – S-corporations and partnerships. Background Previously, the rules for excess losses. Read More >>

Tax Reform Series #2: Limitations on Business Interest

This week’s alert discusses the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s broad limitations imposed on the deductibility of business interest expense. Previously, only interest deductions of C-corporations were limited in situations where the income was not being taxed by the. Read More >>

Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 Extends Many Expired Tax Provisions Through 2017

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 (The Act) was passed by the House and Senate in the early morning hours of February 9, 2018, and President Trump signed the bill later that day. There were 32 tax “extenders” (constantly. Read More >>

Tax Insights: Wills and Living Trusts – Estate Planning Essentials

February 1, 2018 Tax Advisor

  Well-crafted, up-to-date estate planning documents are imperative for everyone. They also can help ease the burdens on your family during a difficult time. Two important examples: wills and living trusts. The will A will is a legal document. Read More >>


As you are aware, The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed by the President on December 22nd “simplifying” taxes. As you may also be aware, the new tax law is more complex than it appears. We will be. Read More >>

Ohio’s Tax Amnesty Program: What’s in it for You?

January 3, 2018 Tax Advisor

  Ohio Governor John R. Kasich signed the biennial budget into law on June 30, 2017, enacting legislation to introduce a temporary tax amnesty program that will run from January 1, 2018, through February 15, 2018. Why should you. Read More >>

Tis’ The Season For Gifting: 5 Reasons to Consider Filing a Gift Tax Return

Gift Tax is one of the most misunderstood taxes for individuals. Most people think since they will never exceed the lifetime gift exemption ($5,490,000 for 2017) that they do not need to file a gift tax return, but there. Read More >>