The much awaited tax reform has at last arrived to reduce the tax code’s bias for debt. As per the recent announcements, the U.S. corporate tax rate may reduce to 25% from 35%. The non-financial corporations will be allowed a deduction of nearly 65% of their gross interest expense, whereas the financial corporations will be allowed a deduction of up to 79%. Some special rules and regulations have also been implemented for the corporations who have stated a malfunction in the tax purposes.
According to various financial experts, the general strategy is to reduce the corporate tax while restraining the … Read the rest
If you have made the big financial decision to file for bankruptcy, one of the Phoenix bankruptcy lawyers can help you. Most lawyers specializing in this field, including The Frutkin Law Firm, and Bennett Parker PLC offer a free initial consultation, allowing you to determine if bankruptcy is right for you.
Medical bills are the cause of most bankruptcies in the US, and your unpaid medical bills, credit card bills and other loans will be wiped out once you file. Most people look upon bankruptcy as a chance to start afresh, and it is also … Read the rest
While you may have been doing taxes on your own in the beginning, a growing business usually needs an accountant. Unfortunately, not all accountants are the same. While some may know a lot about your type of business, others may not. Then there’s the fact that some accountants may be too busy to work with you one on one. If you’re starting to feel overwhelmed, don’t. Here are a few tips on how to choose a tax accountant for your business.
Find an Accountant That Understands Your Business
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