How the R&D Credit Can Financially Benefit Your Business

By |2019-05-14T09:37:44-05:00October 12th, 2017|Exempt, R&D, Tax|

The credit allows business taxpayers to receive an income tax credit for a portion of expenses paid or incurred for qualified research activities.  The credit was established as an incentive for companies of all types to conduct more research and development in the U.S and has recently been made permanent. Eligible small businesses also may [...]

Take Advantage of Tax Code Provisions for Casualty Losses and Involuntary Conversions

By |2017-07-16T14:44:18-05:00June 15th, 2017|Agriculture, Deductions, Exempt|

Susan Voss, CPA, TD&T’s Agriculture Industry Leader, provides the next installment in her series on helping farm families understand and respond to changes in agribusiness. Overview Here in the Midwest, we encounter events that change our operation’s plan on a fairly regular basis.  The wildfires that recently occurred in Kansas are a good example of [...]

Protect Your Tax Exemption

By |2017-04-21T12:42:44-05:00April 13th, 2017|Exempt, Nonprofit, Tax, Tax Services|

Charities that conduct vehicle donation programs may jeopardize their tax-exempt status by operating the program in a manner that improperly benefits private parties. Generally, a charity’s tax-exempt status won’t be affected if it does any of the following with donated vehicles: Sells the donated cars and uses the proceeds exclusively to fund its charitable programs [...]

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