[PRESS RELEASE] Tax Specialty Firm KBKG Joins Real Estate Roundtable

10/21/2019

Last year, specialty tax incentive firm KBKG joined the Real Estate Roundtable (RER), and several of KBKG’s executive leadership team currently serve as members of the organization’s President’s Council, Associate Council, and Committees. RER’s mission is to bring together leaders of the nation’s top, publicly held and privately-owned firms with major national real estate industry … Read More

Tax Insight: How to Co-ordinate Cost Segregation with Like-kind Exchange

01/23/2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was signed by the President on December 22, 2017. The TCJA is the most significant overhaul of Internal Revenue Tax code since the 1986 Tax Act under President Reagan. The Committee Report has over a thousand pages of modifications to many areas of the tax code. One piece … Read More

R&D Tax Credit Expanded for Small & Midsize Businesses

12/18/2015

Congress is spreading some cheer this holiday season in the form of tax breaks for both businesses and individuals. The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (“PATH”) Act of 2015 was passed by both the House and the Senate and is a groundbreaking $650 billion tax extender bill aimed at providing taxpayers certainty and opportunity into … Read More

Treasury Releases Proposed Regulations on R&D Credits for Internal Use Software

01/20/2015

On Friday, January 16, 2015, the Department of Treasury issued proposed regulations regarding the applicability and inclusion of Internal-Use Software as part of the IRC Section 41 ‘Credit for Increasing Research Activities,’ providing increased availability of the research and development tax credit for a greater number of entities, particularly small to mid-sized taxpayers. These proposed … Read More

House on the verge of voting on Tax Extenders including the R&D Tax Credit

12/03/2014

Last week, congressional aides to Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid (D-NV), and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman, Dave Camp (R-MI), were reportedly nearing a deal to address many of the tax provisions that expired at the end of 2013. The reported value of the deal was in excess of $400 billion. Many of these … Read More

How will the 2014 Midterm Elections Impact tax extenders?

11/07/2014

Not since World War II have Republicans had this large of a majority in Congress. The results from the 2014 midterm election are a staggering blow to Democrats. Prior to the 2014 midterm election, the Democrats had control in the Senate (53 out of the 100 seats with 2 Independents that caucus with the Democrats), … Read More

Another Cost Segregation Article

07/07/2005

Author: Luis A. Guerrero, CPA, MBT | Publication: CPA/Law Forum Newsletter Another Cost Segregation article you ask? By now you have probably read a dozen articles on the benefits of a Cost Segregation study. You are wondering whether or not it is worth your time to be reminded of these benefits when you are really … Read More