How MA Tax Reforms Might Affect High-Net-Worth Individuals Tax Webinars to be Hosted Next Week
Massachusetts lowered taxes for the first time in 20 years, but changes may not be compelling enough to anchor high-net-worth individuals who are looking to leave the state for a more favorable tax environment. While new legislation increases the estate tax exemption to $2,000,000, Massachusetts remains less competitive alongside the 13 other states that offer […]
AAFCPAs and AAF Wealth Management would like to make clients aware that Governor Maura Healey recently signed into law significant tax legislation. The package will modify a number of tax laws in the Commonwealth including those related to short-term capital gains, the estate tax exemption, and the joint filing requirement. While legislation was signed into […]
As we approach the conclusion of 2023, the Cannabis Practice at AAFCPAs extends a warm invitation to our esteemed clients and friends to proactively evaluate their comprehensive financial status in anticipation of strategic year-end tax planning. Please remember, implementing the majority of tax-saving strategies necessitates action on or before December 31. At AAFCPAs, we stand […]
AAFCPAs’ Individual & Family Tax and Wealth Preservation Webinar As we near the close of another calendar year, we again encourage clients to assess their complete financial situation now in order to plan their year-end tax optimization strategy. As you do, be mindful that most tax reduction approaches must be implemented by December 31 or […]
Watch Now: Cannabis Business Transactions for Growth & Exit Webinar
AAFCPAs has advised Cannabis clients through the years on a variety of business transactions. These have included mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, licensing of intellectual property and brands, issuance of stock options, and more. In this session, AAFCPAs provides insight into some of the most popular business transactions in the cannabis space, guidance on accounting for these […]
New Reporting Requirement Set To Impact Millions of Small Businesses
AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware of the new Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) reporting requirement set to begin January 1, 2024. This new reporting requirement, part of an anti-money laundering initiative enacted through the Corporate Transparency Act in 2021, requires that millions of small businesses report beneficial ownership information (BOI) to the Financial Crimes […]
Asset Protection Strategies for High-Net-Worth Individuals
Asset protection strategies can form a legal and financial separation between professional and personal assets. This can limit your personal liability should a legal or creditor claim be made against your business, rental property, or professional practice. Asset protection strategies can also be designed to safeguard assets during a divorce and can notably enhance your […]
Nonprofits Can Transfer, Claim Direct Payments for Inflation Reduction Act Credits
The Inflation Reduction Act (the “Act”), originally signed into law on August 16, 2022, outlined a proposal that allowed certain non-taxable entities to receive specific credits under the Act as direct payments. On June 14, 2023, the IRS issued proposed regulations that outline how these non-taxable organizations can file and make an election to either […]
AAFCPAs Provides Tax and Business Guidance at Cannabis Industry Conferences
AAFCPAs Provides Tax and Business Guidance at Cannabis Industry Conferences AAFCPAs’ Cannabis Practice leaders David McManus, CPA, CGMA and Joshua England, LLM, Esq. have been invited to present at two industry conferences in August 2023. AICPA & CIMA Cannabis Industry Conference David McManus, CPA, CGMA is pleased to present CAN2315, Taxes: Part 1 at the […]
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