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Financing Options for Middle-Market Businesses

With slowly rising interest rates, many middle-market businesses are reevaluating their borrowing options. Before closing the deal, it’s important to fully understand the differences between traditional and alternative funding sources. Here’s a look at each. Alternative Lending While the market is still strong, many businesses are considering selling before valuations dip. For prospective buyers, nontraditional…

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IRS Ups the Ante on Retirement Contributions

Every year, the IRS releases cost-of-living adjustments to qualified retirement plan amounts. For tax year 2019, many of the limits applicable to pensions and other retirement plans will increase. But some will remain unchanged from 2018.

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IRS Issues Guidance Deducting Meals Bought During Entertainment

The IRS recently provided transitional guidance about the deductibility of expenses for business meals that are purchased in an entertainment context. (IRS Notice 2018-76) The Basics Businesses can deduct ordinary and necessary expenses paid or incurred during the tax year in carrying on a trade or business. Before it was amended by the Tax Cuts…

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Claiming the New Employer Tax Credit for Family and Medical Leave

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) establishes a new federal income tax credit for employers that provide qualifying paid family and medical leave benefits to their employees. This credit is only available for two employer tax years — those beginning between January 1, 2018 and December 31, 2019 — unless Congress extends the deal.…

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IRS Issues Proposed Guidance on Controversial SALT Limitation

In recent weeks, the IRS has issued a series of proposed regulations to help clarify provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). One of the most controversial parts of the law is the limit on individuals’ deductions for state and local taxes (SALT) that goes into effect this year. In the wake of…

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Two Big Tax Changes Will Affect Food-and-Beverage Businesses

The food-and-beverage industry knows well that customers’ tastes are dynamic and constantly changing. So is the tax realm. Recent tax law changes and a decision by the Supreme Court have added complicated twists to current tax law that will affect businesses such as restaurants, distributors, and manufacturers on two fronts: the deductions they can claim…

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