While most taxpayers are focused on federal and state tax obligations, city taxes can often slip under the radar, leading to potential oversights. AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware that two California city taxes affecting businesses in Los Angeles and San Francisco are due February 29, 2024. Los Angeles City Tax This is a […]
Cybercriminals are looking for ways to capitalize on tax season, with scams on the rise as businesses and individuals prepare to file returns. This means the simple act of opening an email or answering a call could put you at risk of identity theft or return preparer fraud. Making matters worse is a rise in […]
AAFCPAs’ State & Local Tax (SALT) practice would like to make clients aware that the state of Colorado and Minnesota have enacted a retail delivery fee. Colorado Updates Rule The state of Colorado originally imposed a fee of $0.27 on all retail sales delivered by motor vehicle to Colorado customers effective July 2, 2022. This […]
AAFCPAs advises clients to maintain their capitalization (cap) table throughout the year to avoid frustration, delays, and a compressed tax filing deadline. Accurate and up-to-date information: By maintaining the capitalization table throughout the year, businesses can ensure that the information is accurate and up-to-date, reflecting any changes in ownership, equity investments, and other capital transactions […]
AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware that all companies incorporated in the state of Delaware are required to file an annual report and pay an annual franchise tax to Delaware each year by March 1st. We have outlined for your convenience two methods of calculating the franchise tax you owe: the authorized shares method, […]
Watch Now: 2022 Year-End Tax Planning & Compliance for Privately Held Companies
Year-End Business Tax Planning In this live webinar, AAFCPAs’ Business Tax Advisors covered Federal, State, and International tax planning strategies for privately held businesses. Listen to hear what you may need to consider now to optimize your 2022 tax position. Topics Covered Include: Federal Taxation: Tax Credits Employee Retention Credit: Do you qualify, and how […]
Year End Cannabis Business Tax Planning In this live webinar, AAFCPAs’ Cannabis Practice Leaders covered Federal & State tax planning strategies for cannabis businesses. Listen to hear what you may need to consider now to optimize your 2022 tax position. Topics Covered Include: Key considerations for Tax Compliance Readiness 280E Tax key considerations, and the […]
Important Changes To New Hampshire Business Profits Tax
AAFCPAs would like to make clients aware, if you are subject to New Hampshire’s Business Profits tax, there are two significant 2022 legislative updates which address net operating losses and combined reporting. Tax Information Release (TIR) No. 2022-003 modifies the calculation of the net operating loss (NOL) carryover deduction for tax years ending on or […]
MA Taxpayers May Expect Refunds of Excess Tax Revenue
Massachusetts’ State Auditor Suzanne Bump recently announced that Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22) Massachusetts tax revenue collections exceeded the annual tax revenue cap set by Chapter 62F of the Massachusetts General Laws by $2.941 billion. This revenue will be returned to taxpayers in the coming months. In general, eligible taxpayers will receive a credit in the […]
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