Tag: Tax Planning

Navigating the New Meals and Entertainment Deductions under TCJA

By Marc Neri, EA, CVA | Supervisor, Tax It is common for businesses to dine and entertain clients, vendors, and potential employees as part of their efforts to maintain beneficial business relationships. While these expenses are both common and allowable, the related tax benefits may be long gone thanks to tax reform.1 In 2017, Congress…

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A Revised Fundraising Strategy Can Help Nonprofits Reduce the Impact of TCJA on Charitable Giving

By Jorge Estrada, CPA | Nonprofit Audit and Tax Senior Manager The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed at the end of 2017 made the most far–reaching changes to the tax code since 1986. While many in the nonprofit industry believe the changes in the tax law are creating a more challenging environment for…

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TCJA Offers Innovative Ways to Deliver Client Service

By Stephen Boisvert, CPA, MST, CExPTM | Tax Manager It should be no surprise that the topic of the day in the field of income taxes is the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Like other tax reform packages in the past, the TCJA is a mixed bag of legislation. Some of it will affect…

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