Section 174 of the Internal Revenue Code has undergone a recent and major change, which may have a lasting impact on how your company's accounting department addresses research and experimental expenditures. Before we dive into the changes, let's take a quick refresher on Section 174.
On August 16th, President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 into law, earmarking $740 billion for the reduction of carbon emissions, corporate tax reform, and domestic energy production and manufacturing.
The lease accounting standard ASC 842, which was postponed for non-public companies due to COVID-19, also known as Leases (Topic 842), is going into effect for many companies this year. So, what is ASC 842 and what does it mean for your company going forward if you plan on adopting the standard?
Folks in the Restaurant Industry will want to pay close attention to the IRS's latest update to the Employee Retention Credit.
On December 20th, 2021, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Michigan HB 5376, which creates an entity-level tax for pass-through entities (PTEs) that do business in the State of Michigan. Under this new law, PTEs would declare and pay tax on their Michigan taxable income on behalf of their shareholders or entity level partners, and would deduct these taxes from the federal taxable income of the PTE.
Potential Strategies to Combat Increased Taxes
Many individuals are stuck in a holding pattern as they wait to see what impact the Biden Administration will have on tax regulations. The President has shared what he’d like to see happen, but until those proposals are put into law, it can be hard to know what strategies to take — if any.
We're excited to announce that MRPR has made Crain's 2021 Cool Places to Work list in Michigan. MRPR ranks 72 among 100 companies recognized by their employees for having outstanding workplace culture.
On Thursday March 11, 2021 President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, H.R. 1319. This is the third major relief package to help Americans who are struggling with losses and setbacks from COVID-19 related government lockdowns and countermeasures.
Following the $1.7 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) of March 2020, and the $900 billion Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) of December 2020, the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act “the Act” provides several tax benefits for individuals and businesses alike.
On Saturday, January 9th the Treasury and the SBA released new PPP guidance and application forms. The new guidance includes overviews of the First and Second PPP draws and the Revised PPP1-Borrower-Application-Form and Second-Draw-Borrower-Application-Form.
Christmas came early this year! As part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, Congress has passed a stimulus package (“COVID-related Tax Relief Act of 2020”) that has provided a variety of useful provisions and clarifications for individual and business taxpayers alike. While not as comprehensive as the CARES Act passed earlier this year, it provides much-needed aid.