A significant Supreme Court decision and changing nexus laws have left many Texas business owners uncertain about when they need to collect sales...Read more.
Can a partner in a partnership be treated as an employee of the partnership for federal employment tax purposes? For administrative convenience...Read more.
Many manufacturers who own or lease their property are not taking full advantage of tax savings available through a method that allows them to...Read more.
Nearly half of all frauds occur because of weak internal controls. Of those schemes, the lack of simple controls was cited in 30%, and the...Read more.
Every dental practice has outstanding balances due from patients and insurance companies for services already provided. An important consideration...Read more.
The American Dental Association’s Health Policy Institute estimates that nearly 90 percent of children and more than 72 percent of adults have...Read more.
Due to changes brought about by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), the IRS has determined that S corporations and their shareholders must closely...Read more.
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) significantly changed limits on business interest deductions in the Internal Revenue Code Section 163(j)....Read more.
The question of whether a family office meets the IRS definition of a trade or business for expense deduction purposes is far from black and...Read more.
When Airbnb dramatically changed the model for travel rental properties, it sparked a growing desire for flexible rental and leasing arrangements...Read more.