Ohio Offers SALT Cap Workaround

Ohio is the latest state to offer a SALT cap workaround. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has signed Senate Bill 246 to allow a workaround of the $10,000 state and local tax (SALT) deduction limit that was part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Signed on June 14, 2022, Ohio now joins 22 other […]

Kentucky Expands Sales and Use Tax

The Kentucky General Assembly has made expanding the sales and use tax base a priority in its latest legislative session, and there are 35 new services that will be subject to the tax beginning January 1, 2023. Additionally, the Assembly expanded an exemption and enacted new reporting requirements for organizers of festivals. New services subject […]

Are you in need of help to ease employees’ fears of innovation?

Innovation is inevitable at some point during the life of a business. Sometimes the greatest obstacle is not the innovation itself but instead the employees’ resistance to it. Usually this resistance is driven by fear. To better ensure the success of your next innovative project, you’ll need to ease the fears and win the support […]

Are you looking for tax breaks for your small business?

There is a common misconception that larger businesses benefit from all of the tax breaks. That is not always the case. There are some breaks that benefit smaller businesses and are not available to larger businesses. Here are three examples of tax breaks your small business can potentially take advantage of. 1. QBI deduction For […]

Guide to Increasing Remote Sales

An interesting byproduct of the pandemic is that it created a somewhat involuntary experiment in remote work. Many businesses that were previously reluctant to allow telework — and remote sales, in particular — have learned that they can be highly effective. If your company continues to deploy a remote sales staff, don’t assume it will […]

What is the Kiddie tax?

Taxpayers think about how they can save taxes by transferring assets into their children’s names. This tax strategy is called income shifting. The goal is to take income out of your higher tax bracket and place it in the lower tax brackets of your children. While some tax savings are available through this approach, the […]

Key Things to Consider when Engaging in a Like-Kind Exchange

Taxpayers are capable to sell appreciated real property without being taxed on the gain by exchanging it with another property. You can defer tax on your gain through a “like-kind” or Section 1031 exchange.   A like-kind exchange is a swap of real property held for investment or for productive use in your trade or […]

Under pressure of rising inflation?

Many have begun to notice the increasing inflation in the U.S. and global economies. This rise can make individuals and businesses alike feel the pressure. Are business owners facing enough inflation pressure yet that it’s time to panic?   Not at all. As of this writing, a full-blown recession is possible but not an absolute […]