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Monthly Archive:: June 2021

Four Dumbest S Corporation Setup Mistakes

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFour Dumbest S Corporation Setup Mistakes I see and hear about a lot of dumb S corporation setup mistakes. Some of the mistakes are made by entrepreneurs and investors trying to save money on accountants and attorney fees. And I guess that’s okay–albeit penny-wise and pound-foolish. But you know what really irks me? Some

Supreme Court lets health care law stand

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The U.S. Supreme Court held on Thursday that several states and other plaintiffs that sued, asking the federal courts to declare unconstitutional the so-called individual mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), P.L. 111-148, did not have standing to sue because they could not show that they had suffered or

How CPAs Can Help You

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesHow CPAs Can Help You CPAs, or Certified Public Accountants, can help you in your individual or business accounting and tax preparation in many ways. With the laws surrounding accountancy such as generally accepted accounting practices for businesses, and tax laws that change every year for individuals, hiring a CPA to perform your accounting

State Sports Betting Tax Legislation & Trends

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares With many state legislative sessions wrapping up for this year, and a new fiscal year about to begin, it’s a good time to examine some of the 2021 legislative trends—and sports betting taxes are among the more prominent. This year, 11 states have made changes to sports betting regulation and taxes, and Ohio

Treasury State Tax Cuts Limitation Rule

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Last month, the U.S. Department of the Treasury promulgated an interim final rule regarding its implementation of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) provision restricting states’ ability to cut taxes. We previously outlined four questions Treasury needed to answer in its guidance and subsequently analyzed the text of the rule when it was

Value-Added Tax (VAT) Bases in Europe

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Today’s post will take a closer look at European OECD countries’ Value-Added Tax (VAT) bases. One way to measure a country’s Value-Added Tax base is the VAT revenue ratio. This ratio looks at the difference between the VAT revenue actually collected and collectable VAT revenue under a VAT that was applied at the standard

A Global Minimum Tax and Cross-Border Investment: Risks & Solutions

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares   Launch U.S. International Tax Reform Resource Center Key Findings The political effort to address profit shifting and limit the benefits of using low-tax jurisdictions to facilitate cross-border investment has focused on adopting a global minimum tax applicable to large multinational corporations. While a global minimum tax could act as a backstop to
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