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FAQ: New rules for meal, travel and entertainment deduction
Oct 4, 2018 | Alert
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) amended Section 274 to change the rules for deducting certain types of meal, entertainment and travel expenses. The changes affect only a narrow group of expenses, but they can represent large deductions for taxpayers. In addition, because Section 274 divides meal, entertainment, and travel expenses into so many different categories, it can be difficult to determine which costs are deductible, partially deductible or not deductible at all.
Business meals 50% deductible under interim IRS guidance
Oct 4, 2018 | Alert
The IRS issued Notice 2018-76 announcing proposed regulations under Section 274 that will provide guidance on the deductibility of expenses for certain business meals.
IRS extends Section 965 basis election due date
Oct 3, 2018 | Alert
The IRS released guidance giving taxpayers additional time to make the basis adjustment election under the Section 965 proposed regulations.
Pass-through deduction definitions proposed
Oct 1, 2018 | Article
The proposed regulations on the new pass-through deduction created by Section 199A include narrow definitions of many of the disqualified business categories.
Tax Reform 2.0 mark-up sets up messaging votes, future talks
Sep 14, 2018 | Alert
The House Ways and Means Committee approved a package of legislation branded as “Tax Reform 2.0” on Sept. 13, clearing the way for House messaging votes on taxes before the election and offering a preview of several tax provisions that could eventually be part of bipartisan negotiations.
Is your tax function optimized?
Aug 24, 2018 | White paper, Article
Tax function optimization - There is no one approach to optimize a tax function. Check out tax optimization techniques to help structure your business strategy and create operational distinction.
Section 162(m) guidance: IRS interpretation of grandfathering rule may require adjustment to deferred assets
Aug 23, 2018 | Alert
IRS guidance (Notice 2018-68) on new rules tightening the restrictions on public company deductions for executive compensation under Section 162(m) narrowly interprets the transition rule for written binding contracts in effect on Nov. 2, 2017. The guidance was issued Aug.