ERTC Enforcement and Withdrawing a Claim The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) was introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic as a tax incentive for businesses to keep employees on their payroll. To qualify, a business must have suffered financially or experienced operational disruptions because of COVID restrictions. Even though it has since expired, it’s still possible for…

Planning an optimal business sale requires careful consideration and understanding of various sale options and structures, as well as a thorough understanding of the sales’s effect on the business owner’s personal financial planning. Many owners leave money on the table during a sale while they stay focused on growing their business or finding the right…

Link to register.  Please indicate that Mark Gross invited you. https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M3HItgtJRS2sCTy_bUWBvw Tuesday, December 5, 2023. 10-11:30 AM Central. Multiple attendees from one firm can attend but in order to receive CPE credits, each one needs to register separately and join on their own separate devices. Take a deep dive into the following topics. PADs. Partial…

Program produced by XPX South Florida. The current temporarily high $12.92 million estate and gift tax exemption will “Sunset” on December 31, 2025. Starting January 1, 2026, the exemption is expected to return to approximately $7 million. The loss of approximately $6 million in exemption can result in an additional estate tax in excess of…

For more information on the benefits of this IRC Section 453 solution, give this podcast a listen.  While the topic of this episode dealt with the sale of land, the solution is also available to individuals selling their business, allowing them the unique opportunity to defer immediate tax obligations and maximize the sale through personally…

Defer Taxes, Maximize the Sale, Secure the Financial Future…. Chad Ettmueller – JCR Settlements, LLC. What if you could offer your clients a way to sell their business, property or other appreciated asset and avoid immediate tax obligations while growing the net proceeds in an attractive, tax-deferred manner with future payments they design unique to…

This is the fifth installment of our 2022 exciting, in-depth six-part “Lunch and Learn” series, where our Chapter’s professional advisers will discuss the exit planning strategies to be employed by a model middle market software development company with $50 million in annual revenues. In this fifth session we will explore Restructuring/Reorganizing our fictitious company Medi-Quick,…

Donna Beatty, Tax Partner with Frazier & Deeter, and Robert Stephens, Managing Partner of CFO Navigator, were Bill McDermott’s guests on this episode of Profit Sense with Bill McDermott. Donna provided timely advice about taxes, new laws, and advice for business owners. Robert Stephens talked about how he helps businesses as a financial guide, how he speaks…

After a tsunami of a year facilitating 1031 Exchange transactions, we found there are many misconceptions among investors about 1031 Exchanges. Here are five of the most common areas of investor confusion. Reverse Exchanges Are Quick & Simple: Identifying replacement property in a hot market was a challenge for 1031 Exchangers this past year, causing…

Don’t Leave Money on The Table Does your CPA always wait until the last minute? Do they not get your returns filed until the due date and then you’re scrambling to review and make sure there are no errors? Is yours the business that has all of your work done in advance, but your CPA…

As a business owner, you’ve spent years building and ensuring your company’s success.  For most, it came at the cost of sacrificing time away from family, experiencing financial burdens to cover operations, and enduring the emotional toll it takes is dedication. Given what it took, it must hurt when you find out you have a…

Wrapping up our series on your most googled financial questions, we saved a big one for last: taxes. A word that strikes fear in the hearts and minds of many business owners. But, it doesn’t have to. Every business owner has a big dream for their business and wants to make it happen. However, many business…

Program produced by XPX South Florida. Please join XPX South Florida for the third installment of our 2022 exciting, in-depth seven-part “Lunch and Learn” series, where our Chapter’s professional advisers will discuss the exit planning strategies to be employed by a model middle market software development company with $50 million in annual revenues. In this…

This XPX New York program discusses savings vehicles and gift giving strategies to reduce state income tax burdens including: i) Non-Grantor Incomplete Gift Trusts, ii) Spousal Lifetime Access Trusts, iii) Business Interest Discounts, and much more. Our Speaker: Steven HoltPartnerMandelbaum Barrett Steven A. Holt is Chair of the Firm’s Taxation, Trusts and Estates and Charitable…

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Accurate Asset Assessment for Fair Distribution: When planning an estate, one of the primary concerns is ensuring a fair and equitable distribution of assets among beneficiaries. A professional valuation provides an accurate and unbiased assessment of the true value of all assets, including real estate, investments, businesses, and personal property. This is essential to avoid disputes…

Attention all Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loan borrowers, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is combing through PPP loan records to identify borrowers who committed fraud related to the program, and they are not alone.  The U.S. Small Business Administration (the “SBA”) is auditing all PPP loans of $2 million or more, and the Department of…

Business owners, advisors, and buyers frequently have widely different impressions of value when it comes to a business. The Pepperdine Private Capital Markets Survey canvasses intermediaries who sell privately held Main Street and mid-market companies. One question is about the obstacles that prevented the sale of a business. The number one response is “Owners’ unreasonable…

Whistleblowers can blow their whistles a little louder tonight. The Supreme Court’s recent ruling, Murray v. UBS Securities, LLC, decided that an employee may prove a whistleblower retaliation claim without showing that their employer acted with retaliatory intent. As a result, it is now easier for employees to succeed on whistleblower retaliation claims under the…

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