KBKG New York
At KBKG, we are passionate about helping business owners and accounting professionals across the New York, NY area. Our value-added tax services include Cost Segregation, Research & Development Credits, Green Building Tax Incentives (179D & 45L), Transfer Pricing, IC-DISC, and more.
New York-based KBKG professionals work with engineers and tax experts from our Headquarters to perform thousands of tax projects resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in benefits for our clients.
Our employees are a group of passionate people who care about their communities. Our New York office is actively involved in numerous community outreach and charitable organizations. Bethany House, an organization on Long Island that provides support to homeless women and children is one of the organization that our New York team members are actively involved with. This great organization "exists to strengthen and assist those women and children from Long Island who are deprived of the basic resources required for natural and healthy growth and development." We are extremely happy to be part of such an amazing organization.
Taxpayers often capitalize major building expenditures that could be claimed as current year deductions for repairs and maintenance such as HVAC units, roofs, parking lots and more.Learn More
Evaluating a company's entire fixed asset schedule will identify assets that can depreciate over a shorter tax life. Taxpayers utilizing the book method of accounting for tax are not maximizing their available deductions.Learn More
The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) was created as part of the CARES Act to encourage businesses to continue paying employees by providing a credit to the eligible employer for wages paid to eligible employees.Learn More
We assist US and international companies in establishing, documenting, and defending transfer pricing practices for the IRS and international tax authorities.Learn More
Any building improvement over $750,000 should be reviewed for proper classification of the individual components for tax depreciation.
Newly constructed or renovated apartments, condos, and tract home developments that meet certain criteria are eligible for a $2,000 credit per unit.Learn more
Federal deduction worth $1.80 per square foot of energy efficient buildings. Available to architects, engineers, design/build contractors and building owners.Learn More
The Interest Charge Domestic International Sales Corporation (IC-DISC) offers significant Federal income tax savings for making or distributing US products for export.Learn More
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KBKG New York professionals work with engineers and tax experts from our headquarters to perform thousands of tax projects that have resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars in benefits for our clients in New York and across the country. Please see below for a partial list of clients located in the region.
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Updated September 16, 2020 The Section 41 Research Credit was enacted in 1981 as a temporary code section and made permanent with the passage of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (“PATH”) Act of 2015. The research credit is an incentive providing taxpayers across all industries, performing qualified activities, the opportunity to reduce their tax … Read More
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
As featured in Accounting Today When Joe Biden was inaugurated last month, he assumed all the responsibilities of the American presidency, including tax policy decisions. With the advantage of a Democratic majority in both houses of Congress, his administration will probably pursue tax policy options to raise revenues to offset the deficit attributable to the … Read More