Question: I received a distribution from a limited liability company in which I am an owner representing proceeds from the refinancing of a commercial loan on company property. Can I deduct my share of the interest on this debt?
Question: Is there any way to deduct business entertainment expenses after the most recent tax legislation?
Answer: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 fully eliminated deductions for entertainment expenses incurred by taxpayers, effective for tax years beginning after December 31, 2017.
Question: Under the new tax law, can I deduct 20% of my S corporation income?
Question: My S corporation, previously a C corporation, has historically received rental income from a real estate property. Now that the company’s operating business has been sold, can the S corporation passive income tax on rental income be avoided?
Question: I was granted incentive stock options and non-qualified stock options from my company prior to the time the company went public. Can you explain the tax consequences and whether I am better off buying and holding the stock or doing cashless exercises?
Question: As a surviving spouse, most of my assets are held in my deceased husband’s bypass trust to which I am entitled to distributions of income and principal. Since I will no longer be subject to estate taxes, is there an advantage to my withdrawing as much money as possible from this trust?
Question: I am one of several members in a limited liability company treated as a partnership for tax purposes which is being sold. If we sell our membership interests to the buyer, can the gain be reported as capital gain?