KBKG Tax Insight: Changes to Recently Amended Texas Franchise Tax Regulations

06/27/2022

Published on June 10, 2022, Texas Register, the Texas Comptroller proposed revisions to the recently amended Texas franchise tax regulations surrounding the Texas sales and use tax exemption and the Texas franchise R&D tax credit. These revisions soften the Internal Use Software (IUS) and Combined Group definitions after receiving overwhelming feedback surrounding the Texas franchise … Read More

KBKG to Exhibit, Sponsor, and Speak at the TXCPA Free CPE Expo

06/14/2022

Our Director of R&D Tax Credits and ERTC, Bill Taylor is speaking at the TXCPA Free Expo on June 23rd. Along with him, our Regional Director, Matthew Geltz, is representing KBKG at the exhibit hall. The TXCPA Free CPE Expo is taking place on June 23rd at the UT Commons Conference Center in Texas. About … Read More

KBKG to Speak and Exhibit at Tax Alliance Conference

06/03/2022

Our Regional Director, Bill Taylor is speaking about Employee Retention Tax Credits & Impact on Research and Development Tax Credits, CCM, and TX Law Changes at the Tax Alliance Conference on June 7th. Joining him is our Regional Director, Matthew Geltz, and he is representing KBKG at the exhibition hall. The Tax Alliance Conference is … Read More

KBKG to Speak at TXCPA Dallas Convergence 2022

05/04/2022

Alex Martin, Transfer Pricing Principal, will be speaking at TXCPA Dallas Convergence on Monday, May 16th. He’ll be joined by Bill Taylor, William Long, Matthew Geltz, Mike Cornell, and Emily Kennedy from our Dallas Fort-Worth office. This event is taking place at the Omni Frisco Hotel in Frisco, Texas. About the TXCPA Dallas Convergence TXCPA … Read More

KBKG Representing at TXCPA Austin Accounting & Finance Leaders Conference 2022

04/07/2022

Eddie Price, Matthew Geltz, and Bill Taylor will be representing KBKG at the TXCPA Austin Accounting & Finance Leaders Conference on Thursday, April 21st in Austin, Texas. Our Texas team specializes in Cost Segregation, Green Building Tax Incentives (45L and 179D), Transfer Pricing, and more.. About the TXCPA Austin Accounting & Finance Leaders Conference The … Read More

KBKG Texas Recognized for the Corporate Volunteer of 2021 by 6 Stones

02/16/2022

On February 18, 2022, our Cost Segregation Principal, Eddie Price, and our Texas team will be recognized at the Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon by the non-profit organization, 6 Stones. KBKG is being named the Corporate Volunteer of 2021 for its commitment to the community. We are proud to support the great work done by 6 Stones … Read More

Happy Thanksgiving

11/22/2021

We’re so thankful for all of your support throughout the year. We wouldn’t be where we are today without you. We gave thanks this year by donating to the following organizations. If you would like to contribute to any of these groups, we’ve included links below for your convenience. Alzheimer’s Association – Walk to End … Read More

KBKG Texas Restores Homes with 6 Stones

10/20/2021

KBKG’s Texas office sponsored and volunteered at 6 Stones’ Community Powered Revitalization (CPR) fall event on October 15th, 2021. The team spent their Friday revitalizing a home in Euless, Texas, taking on the challenge of repainting the house’s facade and removing and replacing fencing. CPR is a bi-annual joint effort between 6 Stones and Texas … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Bonus Depreciation for Gas Stations with Convenience Stores

09/08/2021

Acquiring or constructing a gas station with a convenience store (“C-store”) can be a lucrative addition to a real estate portfolio. Current rules allow investors to immediately write off all the improvements if certain requirements are met, and the property is placed in service after September 27, 2017. This went into effect after the Tax … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Guide to Expensing HVAC Costs

04/19/2021

As featured in AICPA Tax Adviser – April 15, 2021 Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (“HVAC”) replacement costs can be significant expenses for businesses that own or lease real estate. This guide is intended to help tax practitioners distinguish between deductible repairs and more extensive work that must be capitalized. Each year, tax professionals who … Read More