KROST Restaurant Seminar: Protecting Your Business

February 17, 2020By KROST

KROST is hosting a dynamic restaurant seminar, Restaurant Management: Protecting Your Business, on March 2nd, 2020 from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM with guest speakers Corbin Wade of Hub International and Jesse Caryl of BCK Legal. The seminar will be followed by a cocktail reception sponsored by Hub International and BCK Legal from 4:00 PM … Read More

CalSavers Program Information

February 12, 2020By KROST

What Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 1234, also known as CalSavers, on 9/29/2016. CalSavers mandates all California employers offer either a retirement plan for their employees OR join the CalSavers program. CalSavers defines employees as anyone over 18, paid by W-2, and worked for 30 days. Tiered Deadlines June 30, 2020 Businesses … Read More

Potential Inventory Write-off for Restaurants in Light of New Tax Law

January 28, 2020By Aric Wong

The overhaul of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has proven to be a challenge since it took effect in 2018. As tax advisors struggle to understand the implications for their clients, the resource-deprived Internal Revenue Service has made efforts to issue guidance on how to implement many of the complex provisions. One of … Read More

Real Estate Market Update – January 2020

January 24, 2020By KROST

Presented by Philip Clark, CFP®, January 2020 As 2019 ended, home loans were cheaper than they were at the start of the year. Looking at Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey, the average interest rate on a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage was 3.74% on December 26, which was up from 3.68% a month earlier, but well … Read More

Loan-Out Corporations: To Be or Not To Be

November 20, 2019By Douglas Venturelli, Esq.

This is a preview of one of the articles in the new KROST Quarterly Sports & Entertainment Issue, titled “Loan-Out Corporations: To Be or Not To Be” by Douglas Venturelli, Esq. with guest author Jonathan Louie, CPA. With the passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017, many actors, writers, directors, and … Read More

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

5 Tips for Choosing the Right Business Manager

November 5, 2019By Stacey Korman, CPA, MST

This is a preview of one of the articles in the new KROST Quarterly Sports & Entertainment Issue, titled “5 Tips for Choosing the Right Business Manager” by Stacey Korman, CPA, MST. Professional actors, athletes, authors, and musicians have one thing in common: they are all typically high-net-worth individuals with complex financial needs. As a … Read More

Keith Hamasaki, CPA, Named Co-Chair of the PrimeGlobal Manufacturing & Distribution Special Interest Group

November 4, 2019By KROST

Los Angeles, California – November 4, 2019 – KROST’s Assurance & Advisory Director, Keith Hamasaki, CPA, has been appointed to Co-Chair of the PrimeGlobal Manufacturing & Distribution Special Interest Group (SIG). Keith has been a member of PrimeGlobal since he joined KROST in 2016. As the newly named Co-Chair, he is responsible for bringing together … 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