KBKG Speaking at New York Multifamily Summit 2022

05/02/2022

>Our Cost Segregation & Fixed Assets Principal, Sumit Sharma, will be speaking at NYMS this year during the Value Add panel discussion. Along with him, Alexis McClellan and Justin Brumfield will represent KBKG. The New York Multifamily Summit will take place on Thursday, May 12th in New York, New York. This event is New York’s … Read More

This Month’s Webinars

05/02/2022

Looking for CPE credit? We have several sessions available this month. Click the links below to register. If you have questions or need help registering, please email [email protected] Research & Development Tax Credits 06/07/2022 | 12:00 PM PT | 1 hour | 1 CPE credit This webinar will cover the fundamentals of the Research and … Read More

[PRESS RELEASE] KBKG Expands Atlanta Footprint with Office in Buckhead

04/22/2022

After five years in the north Atlanta metro region, the firm has moved operations inside the city’s perimeter to better serve surrounding businesses. Nationwide tax specialty firm KBKG has recently moved its existing Atlanta metro operations from the original Alpharetta location to the heart of Atlanta’s Buckhead business district. The firm’s southeast team has upgraded … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Changes in Kansas Research and Development Tax Credit Incentive

04/22/2022

Earlier this month, the Kansas University Jayhawks men’s basketball team captured the school’s 6th National NCAA Championship with a 72-69 victory over the North Carolina Tarheels. In one of the most competitive college basketball years to date, Kansas was crowned number 1. Much like college basketball, states compete to attract businesses and innovation to spur … Read More

Webinars For April 2022

04/15/2022

Looking for CPE credit? We have several sessions available this month. Click the links below to register. If you have questions or need help registering, please email [email protected] Research & Development Tax Credit Overview CPE CREDIT: 1 hour DATE & TIME: Tues, April 5th at 12PM – 1PM Pacific This webinar will cover the fundamentals … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight – Does Coke Owe the IRS $10+ Billion for Transfer Pricing?

03/22/2022

What Happens if Coke Continues to Lose in Tax Court? Coca-cola recently lost an appeal of a transfer pricing court case, which concluded that Coke owes an additional $3.1 billion in tax for 2007 through 2009.¹ In addition to denying the Motion for Reconsideration on procedural grounds, Tax Court Judge Albert Lauber decided to elaborate … Read More

It’s Not Too Late to Claim Employee Retention Tax Credits

03/21/2022

By now, most companies have heard of or even claimed Employee Retention Tax Credits (ERTC) or a PPP Loan. Those that have taken advantage of the credit have seen hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars in benefits for retaining employees in 2020 and 2021. For example, one professional services firm with 19 eligible employees … Read More

Updated: 2020 vs. 2021 Employee Retention Credit Comparison Chart

03/20/2022

Jason Melillo is a Principal and Local and Wage Based Incentive practice leader at KBKG. His areas of expertise are Local Incentives, Employment Tax Credits which includes Employee Retention Tax Credit, and other employment credits. Old Law New Law Eligible Employers 2020 2021 Eligible employers can receive a refundable payroll tax credit of 50% of … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Minnesota Introduces an Alternative Simplified R&D Tax Credit

02/22/2022

In an effort to further stimulate the Minnesota economy, state Senator Julia Coleman and House Representative Kristin Robbins introduced S.F. 2970 and H.F. 3316, respectively. Both bills would add a new methodology for taxpayers to utilize in calculating its Minnesota R&D Tax Credit. It is modeled after the federal Alternative Simplified R&D Credit (ASC) methodology. … Read More

Hawaii Senator Jarrett Keohokalole Seeks to Increase Annual Cap for State’s Research Credit

02/08/2022

On January 21, 2022, Hawaii State Senator Jarrett Keohokalole introduced Senate Bill (SB) 2599, revising the certification requirements and increasing the annual aggregate cap for the State of Hawaii’s tax credit for research activities (“Hawaii R&D tax credit”). The proposed Section 235-110.91 revisions would first and foremost triple the aggregate cap of research credits available … Read More