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Topic: Tax Cuts Jobs Act

Speaking Out on Tax Reform: 20% Qualified Business Income Deduction & Cash Method Accounting
By Don Warrant, CPA on March 6, 2018

Listen to Tax Director, Don Warrant’ s take on 2 Key Changes impacting Business Owners in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Freed Maxick presents three recorded interviews with Tax Director Don...

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International Tax Accounting: Mandatory Repatriation “Toll Tax” of Income Earned by Controlled Foreign Entities
By Cara Rossi on February 27, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed into law by President Trump has been at the forefront of the national news since its passage in December. There are sweeping changes to the individual,...

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Specified Service Trades and Businesses Excluded from Tax Act’s 20% Pass-through Deduction
By Michael VanRemmen on February 8, 2018

For Many Taxpayers, Uncertainty Still Prevails About Their Eligibility for the Pass-through The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act introduced a new deduction for pass-through entities equal to 20% of...

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IRS Releases 2018 Federal Withholding Tables; Payroll Questions Remain
By Freed Maxick Tax Team on January 31, 2018

Employees should still review withholding to make sure they are not surprised by a significant balance due at tax time. The IRS has issued updated payroll withholding tables designed to...

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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act 20% Pass-through Tax Deduction: Are You Eligible?
By Nicole Lauricella on January 23, 2018

Complex Qualification Rules and Calculations Lie Ahead The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has introduced into tax law the opportunity for an individual taxpayer to take a 20% deduction related to...

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Net Operating Loss Rules Changed Under New Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
By Benjamin Greenspan on January 22, 2018

Net operating losses (NOLs) have traditionally been allowed as a deduction for businesses under IRC Section 172. The code stated that businesses will be allowed a deduction equal to the...

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