IRS Debunks Tax Refund Myths

07/23/2020

The following article is written by the IRS. View the original source here: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/irs-debunks-tax-refund-myths. WASHINGTON ― With the July 15 tax deadline now past, the Internal Revenue Service reminds all taxpayers that there is no secret way to find out when a refund will be issued. Most taxpayers have already filed their federal tax return, … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Partial Dispositions & Deduction of Demolition Costs

07/07/2020

Subsequent to the acquisition of a property, taxpayers often incur capital expenditures related to property renovations and improvements. As this work occurs, the existing components are often removed or disposed of.  IRC Section 1.168(i)-8(d)(2) allows taxpayers to realize a gain or loss by making an election to partially dispose the adjusted basis of the aforementioned … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: CARES Act Offers Overlooked Opportunities for Refunds – First Check Cross Border Prices

06/25/2020

As featured in Accounting Today Some multinational companies can generate additional carryback tax loss relief through transfer pricing planning. Under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, US corporations can now elect to carryback losses incurred in 2020 for a five-year period (2015 to 2019).[1]  The Act was implemented to provide badly-needed cashflow … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: R&D Studies Can Make Audits Easier and the Credits More Sustainable

04/28/2020

As featured in Accounting Today Internal Revenue Service examinations of the research tax credit can burden both the client and the IRS. Throughout most of its decades-long history, research credit audits have exposed areas of misunderstanding and, in many circumstances, led to major disagreements. There is little “bright line” guidance, and each examiner must consider … Read More

COVID-19 Announcement

03/19/2020

We understand this has been an extremely stressful time over the last ten days. The world has seemingly changed overnight with the global pandemic coupled with the meltdown of the financial markets. First and foremost, we need to consider the health and safety of our family & friends, team members, clients, and the community over … Read More

[INTERVIEW] Alex Martin, Principal of Transfer Pricing

02/12/2020

KBKG: Tell us about yourself, Alex. Alex: I grew up in the Tampa/St. Pete area, but I now reside in Michigan with my wife and daughter. I met my wife as an undergrad, attending school in New Orleans, a city that attracts people from all walks of life. I’ve always been interested in economics, which … Read More

KBKG is Exhibiting at the AICPA Construction & Real Estate Conference

12/02/2019

John W. Hanning will be attending the AICPA Construction & Real Estate Conference in Nashville, TN from December 5th to 6th. As the current President of ASCSP, John’s primary role while attending is to further the mission of creating public and industry awareness for the Societies technical standards; certification process, educational programs, and governing code … Read More

[WEBINAR] Tax Legislative Outlook for Real Estate

11/06/2019

Our technical team at KBKG has been working with those in DC who endeavor to bring more certainty to the real estate industry. Tax extenders and technical corrections to tax reform such as the “retail glitch,” still need to be addressed, but there has been movement. As Congress continues negotiations on appropriations, a stage has … Read More