2024 tax planning guide
As 2023 closes and the new year begins, it’s an ideal time for companies to assess their business plans and identify key tax planning considerations. Grant Thornton’s tax guide can help you plan for 2024.
What’s in the guide?
- The Section 174 R&D credit remains one of the most valuable incentives available
- The Inflation Reduction Act provided the IRS with $60 billion in new funding, and over 50% is earmarked for enforcement
- Interest deduction limitations by Section 163(j)
- And more…
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David Tyler is the National Managing Principal of Grant Thornton's Healthcare Practice. David oversees advisory, tax and audit services for the healthcare industry, collaborating with over 700 healthcare teammates to serve our 1,000 clients.
Mary is a Tax Principal in Grant Thornton's Not-For-Profit and Healthcare Practice and is solely dedicated to tax-exempt clients. As a tax attorney, Mary is responsible for research in the legal and business consequences of tax planning strategies, tax controversy, applications for exemption, and private letter ruling requests for not-for-profit organizations.
- Not-for-profit & higher education
- Human Capital Services
Dustin Stamper is a managing director in Grant Thornton’s Washington National Tax Office and leads the tax legislative affairs practice for the firm.
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