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Start-up Companies Can Now Benefit from the R&D Tax Credit

Did you know that if you’re a start-up company with annual gross receipts less than $5 million you can reduce your 2017 labor costs by up to 6.2%? The Federal R&D tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction of federal income tax liability for qualified expenditures incident to the development or improvement of a product, process, […]

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D.C. Tax Reform Passes After Council Overrides Mayor’s Veto

On July 14th, the District of Columbia Council voted 12 to 1 to override Mayor Vincent Gray’s veto of the District’s Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Support Act of 2014 (B20-0749).  The legislation includes tax rate decreases for both individuals and businesses, as well as the heavily publicized “yoga tax” (i.e., sales tax on health club […]

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D.C. Moves Closer to Significant Tax Reform

On June 24, 2014, the District of Columbia Council will have its second vote on the District’s fiscal year 2015 budget (Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Support Act of 2014, B20-0750), which includes tax rate decreases for both individuals and businesses. The reduced tax rates, and a number of other tax reform items, were last minute […]

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Integrating Entity Structure & Accounting Method for Tax Optimization

The most powerful tax planning strategy available to an entrepreneur is the selection and integration of an entity structure and accounting method that balances personal needs with the overall business model.  Tax constraints and limitations make the selection process complicated, but with some careful planning and foresight, you can achieve tax optimization throughout the business […]

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