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.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act brought many changes to the deductibility of meals and entertainment. These changes included the complete disallowance of entertainment related expenses and the reduction of the amount deductible related to employer operated eating facilities to 50 percent of the related expenses. Left unanswered was whether or not businesses could continue deducting 50 percent of the costs of business meals.
If you have any foreign assets that have not been reported to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), it is imperative that you take action now!
Sometimes a transaction does not result in the desired outcome. When it comes to IRA contributions and conversions though, tax laws were enacted to allow a do-over. This is the foundation for a "recharacterization." When a person converts a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA, the amount converted becomes immediately taxable to the account holder.
On September 15, the IRS announced that it is extending tax filing and payment deadlines for taxpayers and businesses in North Carolina counties that were affected by Hurricane Florence and have been designated to qualify for FEMA. Currently, this only applies to parts of North Carolina, but taxpayers in other states will automatically receive these same filing and payment benefits as those states are added to the disaster area.
On Aug. 23, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations governing the availability of charitable contribution deductions when a taxpayer expects to receive a corresponding state or local tax credit.