As companies manage current cost structures and expand into new markets, UHY Advisors can be a powerful ally. We offer one of the broadest spectrums of tax planning and compliance services of firms our size. Many of our managing directors and principals bring Big Four and industry experience, and are adept in working closely with individuals and companies to assure they pay their “fair share” of taxes.
For closely held businesses, personal tax and corporate tax issues can be closely related; we have advised such companies and families on such issues for more than 40 years, in some cases over multiple generations.
UHY Advisors also brings unique industry experience and insight for larger corporations who face unique tax opportunities. And for companies with domestic or foreign expansion plans, our deep capabilities in State & Local Tax and International Tax can identify tax opportunities and provide planning services which can mitigate unexpected tax consequences before they occur.
If you do not participate in your employer's retirement plan, you have up until April 18, 2017 to make a traditional IRA contribution which would be fully deductible on your 2016 income tax return.
The IRS has proposed several rule changes that could bode well for taxpayers. The biggest proposed change would affect the earned income tax credit that has been in effect since 1994.With the proposed changes both taxpayers are eligible to claim the earned income tax credit; one can claim the full portion of the credit and the other can claim the reduced credit for childless taxpayers if certain requirements are met.
IRS warns a damaging W-2 phishing email scam is spreading aggressively beyond corporate America.
Two weeks ago the IRS issued a warning about a W-2 phishing email scam. Less than a week later the IRS issued an urgent alert stressing the scam is spreading aggressively beyond corporate America and into schools, hospitals, nonprofits, middle market companies, etc.
The prudent businessperson is always cautious when he or she is offered a great bargain on real estate, equipment, a business interest, or some other property that just might be too good to be true. Even in connection with ordinary business transactions but especially when considering taking over a property or business that in a bargain because of some legal wrinkle, you should consider whether there might be some tax liability attached to the bargain that could come back to haunt you down the road.
There have been a lot of questions lately surrounding the 1095 reporting requirements for the 2016 reporting period. Read more to review some bullet points from frequently asked questions.