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Multi-State Worker Tax Considerations

AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware that Congress has introduced a bill under H.R. 7968 that would limit a state’s ability to tax nonresident telecommuters. The general rule is that an employee pays income taxes to the state where wages are earned, which can be different than the state where the employee lives. This […]

MA Tax Implications of a Remote Employee Due to COVID-19

AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware that the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) issued a Technical Information Release (TIR) describing the Massachusetts personal income and withholding tax implications of an employee working remotely in a state other than the state where the employee previously worked, solely due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The TIR explains […]

How the Wayfair Decision Impacts Nonprofits

How the Wayfair Decision Impacts Nonprofits

On June 21, 2018, in a 5 to 4 vote, the United States Supreme Court, in South Dakota v. Wayfair, ruled that states were no longer bound by the physical presence test and could require out of state sellers to collect and remit sales tax based on economic nexus as long as certain criteria were met. AAFCPAs would […]

2018 Year-End Tax Planning for Privately-Held Companies (Part 2) Webinar OnDemand

2018 Year-End Tax Planning for Privately-Held Companies (Part 2) Webinar OnDemand

In 2018, tax planning is more complicated than usual. Most provisions of the massive Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) go into effect this year, and as a result you likely will need to change at least some of your tax planning strategies. In this Webinar, recorded live on October 23rd, 2018, AAFCPAs Richard Weiner, CPA, […]

AAFCPAs’ Tax Practice to Present TCJA “Issues Identification” Session at CMFEO Executive Breakfast

AAFCPAs Tax Practice Leaders Richard Weiner, CPA, MST, Julie Chevalier, CPA, and Joshua England, JD, LLM will present a Tax Cuts and Jobs Act educational workshop on October 16th, for the benefit of The Central Massachusetts Financial Executives Organization (CMFEO). For privately-held companies, the TCJA impacts your financial statements, operating model, liquidity, investments and capital, and people. In this […]

Webinar: 2018 Year-End Tax Planning for Privately-Held Companies (Part 2)

Webinar: 2018 Year-End Tax Planning for Privately-Held Companies (Part 2)

Information continues to emerge as a result of the monumental Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.  For privately-held companies, the TCJA impacts your financial statements, operating model, liquidity, investments and capital, and people. For individuals, the TCJA impacts personal withholdings, charitable giving, family & education, retirement, and estate planning. AAFCPAs is pleased to offer a timely, […]

Cautionary Tales: When year-round communication is left out of tax planning

The pace of change in business is rapid, and as you know, executive leadership must be poised to quickly respond to challenges and seize opportunities as they arise. Often, decisions made throughout the year in response to challenges and opportunities have tax implications. In some cases, the tax benefits of these decisions have windows of […]

IRS Form 1099-MISC and related IRS Form 1096 Due January 31st

As a reminder, the IRS has changed the filing due date for IRS Form 1099-MISC and related IRS Form 1096 from February 28 to January 31 if they are being filed to report non-employee compensation as reported in Box 7 of the 1099-MISC. This January 31, 2017 due date coincides with the date the 1099s […]

AAFCPAs Julie Chevalier and Rich Weiner to Present at the MSCPA State Tax Conference on Multistate Tax Nexus & Apportionment

AAFCPAs Tax Partners Julie Chevalier and Richard Weiner will present an educational workshop at the Massachusetts Society of CPA’s (MSCPA) State Tax Conference scheduled for January 17th, 2017. This technical session is part of the MSCPA’s annual State Tax Conference. Multistate Tax Nexus and Apportionment is more complex and demanding than ever before, and state […]