Top 6 Resources for Taxpayers Who Donate to Charity

November 11, 2019By KROST

Taxpayers who donate to charity should check out the IRS’ resources to become aware of the tax regulations. Below are the top 6 IRS resources for taxpayers making donations: Tax Exempt Organization Search This tool can be used by taxpayers to find out if the organization they have contributed to qualifies as a charitable organization … Read More

Game-Changing Tax Matters for Athletes

October 23, 2019By Brad Pauley, CPA

This is a preview of one of the articles in the new KROST Quarterly Sports & Entertainment Issue, titled “Game-Changing Tax Matters for Athletes” by Brad Pauley, CPA. There were many deductions professional athletes were able to take under the old tax law, however, under the new law, deductions taken in previous years are no … Read More

KROST Quarterly Magazine: The Sports & Entertainment Issue is Now Available!

October 14, 2019By KROST

We are happy to announce the release of our newest quarterly magazine! The Sports & Entertainment Issue highlights some of the hot topics in sports & entertainment including tax issues for athletes, Loan-Out Corporations, Qualified Business Income Deduction, and more. What You’ll Find Inside this Issue: Game-Changing Tax Matters for Athletes By Brad Pauley, CPA … Read More

The Qualified Small Business Stock Gain Exclusion

August 14, 2019By Matthew Weber, CPA, MAcc

Tax Manager Matthew Weber, CPA, MAcc recently published an article for our newest KROST Quarterly Magazine: The Financial Services Issue titled “The Qualified Small Business Stock Gain Exclusion”. If you sell stock that has appreciated in value, then you must recognize a taxable capital gain. Sounds straightforward, right? While that may be true most of … Read More

California’s Wage Order 7: What You Need to Know

May 9, 2019By KROST

Below is a preview of one of the articles in the new KROST Quarterly Hospitality Issue, “California’s Wage Order 7: What You Need to Know” by By Gina Gross – KROST Restaurant Accounting & Consulting. “Many restaurants have on-call policies that require employees to call in to find out whether they need to work their … Read More

Sales Tax Compliance for California Restaurants

April 10, 2019By KROST

Below is a preview of one of the articles in the new KROST Quarterly Hospitality Issue, “The Battle to be a Profitable Restaurant: How to Deal with Employee Theft” by Aric Wong, CPA, Manager – Tax. “With 72,000+ restaurants in California, the state does everything possible to ensure taxes are properly reported, collected, and paid … Read More

BOE Sales and Use Tax Rate Increase Effective April 1, 2019

March 28, 2019By Melissa Cunarro

Effective April 1st, 2019, a district tax increase will be applied in several localities throughout California. The rate increase is due to the passing of numerous Measures in various counties on November 6, 2018 to fund several improvements such as street improvements, maintain essential services, neighborhood safety, disaster preparedness, among others. To all restaurant operators, … Read More

2018 Tax Planning – TCJA Impact on Cash Method of Accounting

March 18, 2019By KROST

Enacted on December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was hailed as the largest major tax reform for the past three decades. In particular, the TCJA contains a series of favorable accounting method reforms that will impact countless of business taxpayers such as the use of cash method of accounting and the … Read More