Tax Reform Will Likely Boost Neighborhood Revitalization Efforts

Here in the Carolinas, we’re no strangers to revitalization efforts. The view from my office in our SouthEnd (Charlotte) location tells the tale. Once an… Read More…

Cost Segregation Study Savings Increase With Tax Reform

Tax reform brought major changes, and we’ve covered them extensively in our blogs: lowering of the corporate tax rate, lower rates for “pass through” entities,… Read More…

Living or Doing Business Outside the U.S.? Here’s what you need to know about tax reform.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act fully transformed the tax code and, in many ways, made it much simpler. But for those Americans living abroad,… Read More…

Mergers and Acquisitions: Basics for Small Business.

Mergers and acquisitions. What does that mean to you? Do you picture big city investment bankers and corporate raiders, Fortune 500 companies, hostile negotiations, confusing… Read More…

Put Cash Back In Your Pocket With a Cost Segregation Study

Most property owners know a thing or two about depreciation benefits, but very few fully capitalize on them.  If you (or your company) have purchased,… Read More…

Important Deadline for Reporting Foreign Bank Accounts is June 30

Do you have a foreign insurance policy, retirement account, inherited asset, joint account with parents living outside the U. S., or even an online gambling… Read More…

Keep It or Shred It? A quick and easy guide to organizing your personal and business documents.

Spring has sprung.  The winter coats are put away and, if you’re like me, you’ve spent some time purging closets, pulling weeds, and generally organizing… Read More…

IRS Increases Limit on Expensing Tangible Property Costs (and that’s a good thing)

It’s been a battle for the ages.  For years, taxpayers have bickered with the IRS over the question of “materiality”, whether the cost of certain… Read More…

Repair Regulations Under Section 179

If you buy, build, or repair business assets, you probably have questions when trying to decide whether your costs are currently deductible on your federal… Read More…

Transfer Taxes for Clients With International Ties

Americans and their businesses are changing.  More more often than not, we are encountering clients with dealings both inside and outside the United States.  If… Read More…