Research Tax Credit Opportunities for Architects and Engineers

05/17/2021

Architecture and engineering firms may want to take another look at the often forgotten Research & Development (R&D) Tax Credit. Many may be eligible for federal and state research credits without realizing it. Historically, the R&D Tax Credit was geared to only benefit large companies; mostly in the manufacturing, software, high-tech and pharmaceutical industries. However, … 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

Webinar Speakers Highlight

10/14/2019

KBKG is committed to serving the CPA community with our deep understanding in several key areas of the tax code. Many tax professionals use our tax resources to help quickly identify and qualify clients who can benefit from additional tax credits, deductions, and incentives. If you have any questions regarding any of our areas of … 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

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

KBKG Tax Insight: Utilize Statistical Sampling with Cost Segregation

09/04/2018

If you are a taxpayer that owns multiple building improvement properties which are similar in construction, utilizing a statistical sampling along with cost segregation can greatly reduce the fees and resources needed to allocate each property for tax depreciation. Pairing this with an accounting method change to claim missed cost segregation opportunities over multiple years … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Major PATH Act1 Changes to the R&D Tax Credit

08/27/2018

Major PATH Act2 changes to the R&D Tax Credit for the years beginning after December 31, 2015: The federal R&D Tax Credit has provided taxpayers conducting qualified research a significant tax benefit since it was first signed into law by President Reagan in 1981. Although billions of dollars worth of R&D credits were claimed each … Read More

An Interesting Thread To Pull; The South Carolina R&D Tax Credit

08/20/2018

Originally published article by Joseph Toppe from South Carolina Manufacturing Group on August 2, 2018. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, “South Carolina is a branch manufacturing state.” They tell us there’s not enough headquartering here, not enough research and development, but what if I told you the Palmetto State has a solution, … Read More

Eddie Price Elected to ASCSP Board of Directors

08/17/2018

Eddie Price, Director of KBKG, a nationwide tax credits, incentives, and cost recovery firm, was recently elected to the board of directors for non-profit organization, the American Society of Cost Segregation Professionals (ASCSP), for a subsequent two-year term. ASCSP was founded in 2006 to address the growing need for credentials, technical standards, education, and a … Read More

Deduct Your Demolished Building Using a GAA

05/18/2016

When a taxpayer acquires a building that may need to be demolished in the foreseeable future, they are often disappointed to learn from their tax preparer that they will lose all future tax depreciation deductions associated with the building. For many years, the tax code has not been forgiving to property owners who invest in … Read More