[PRESS RELEASE] KBKG Welcomes Three New Principals to Their Cost Segregation and Research & Development Tax Credit Services

02/10/2021

PASADENA, CA, – Nationwide tax specialty firm KBKG promoted Eddie Price to Principal of Cost Segregation Services, as well as Paul McVoy and Jonathan Tucker to Principals of Research & Development Tax Credit Services. Eddie Price leads KBKG’s Cost Segregation practice and oversees KBKG’s Southern region and its Texas-based operations. He is a Certified Cost … Read More

Have a Fat Tax Bill? Have You Thought About the R&D Tax Credit?

01/11/2021

Are you a business owner that is unhappy with your recent tax bill? If you have not explored it yet, the Research and Development (R&D) tax credit can provide significant benefits to your business’ bottom line. Chances are you could be missing out on a dollar-for-dollar reduction in your federal and state income tax liability. … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Transfer Pricing Changes Drive Tax Savings for Coronavirus Impacted Companies

11/04/2020

As featured in Accounting Today Intercompany pricing corrections now can help generate cash by utilizing tax net operating losses. In a pandemic environment, longstanding transfer pricing policies can lead to suboptimal tax results. Multinationals that incur losses in some locations while earning generous profits in others could be overpaying taxes. For many companies, modifications to … Read More

KBKG Welcomes Matthew Geltz to Our Texas Office

11/02/2020

KBKG is pleased to announce the addition of Business Development Regional Director, Matthew Geltz to our Texas office. In this role, he will create customized solutions to meet our Texas clients’ needs and develop new business opportunities. Matthew brings over 17 years of experience focused on sales and client relationships. He has worked in the financial … Read More

Introducing Our New Los Angeles Business Development Director: Lon O’Connor

08/13/2020

We recently added a Business Development Director at KBKG, Lon O’Connor, based out of our Pasadena headquarters. As a Director, she covers the Los Angeles region and focuses on building in-depth relationships with our CPA and industry partners. Lon has over 18 years of business management experience and spent the last decade serving small to … Read More

[PRESS RELEASE] KBKG Tax Specialty Firm Hires Alex Martin to Lead New Transfer Pricing Practice for Cross-border Businesses

10/07/2019

Pasadena, California—October 7, 2019—Nationwide tax specialty firm KBKG announced the hiring of Alex Martin as Principal and leader of the firm’s new Transfer Pricing practice. Alex comes with over 22 years of full-time, international transfer pricing experience working in Washington, D.C.; Melbourne, Australia; and Detroit, Michigan where he resides currently. Transfer pricing is the cross-border … Read More

Myth – Claiming R&D Tax Credit Increases the Likelihood of an IRS Audit

04/08/2019

The Research & Development Tax Credit is a federal benefit (also available in many states) that was enacted to promote growth, innovation, and inspire advancements in all areas and facets of business. The credit is an undoubtedly beneficial incentive for businesses large and small. However, many companies are hesitant to take advantage of the credit … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: The Impact of TCJA on Cost Segregation & Like-Kind Exchange

04/02/2019

Reproduced with permission from Daily Tax Report, 62 DTR 12, 4/2/19. Copyright _ 2019 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033) https://news.bloombergtax.com/daily-tax-report/insight-tax-insight-the-impact-of-tcja-on-cost-segregation-and-like-kind-exchange Like-kind exchange has been a popular tax deferral tool for decades. Under IRC 1031, a taxpayer can defer tax on gain from the sale of a business or investment property if it … Read More

Tax Insight: Senate and House Updates on Tax Extenders for 2018-2019

03/07/2019

Senate Update Last Thursday, February 28, 2019, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R. Iowa) and Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D. Oregon) introduced bipartisan legislation to retroactively extend tax extenders for 2018 and 2019 while also providing disaster tax relief benefits to those affected by major disasters in 2018. “Congress needs to get out of … Read More

Impact of the Government Shutdown on Real Estate Tax Policy

01/18/2019

The longest government shutdown in U.S. history is creating more uncertainty for the current and future tax landscape. As the border wall standoff delays guidance necessary to properly implement tax reform, taxpayers are left wondering how to timely file their 2018 tax returns without ultimately having to amend down the road. Congress currently hasn’t been … Read More