Update: IRS Extends Filing Deadline for California Storm Victims: Tax Relief Available

January 18, 2023By Lou Guerrero

The Governor’s office announced on January 13, 2023, that California will conform to the filing extensions granted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for California storm victims. This means that filing and payment deadlines for affected individuals and businesses in California are extended to May 15, 2023. On January 10, the IRS announced tax relief Read the full article…

2022 Year-End Tax Planning Strategies for Businesses

December 12, 2022By David Ha

In the last few months of the year, it is important to consider year-end tax planning opportunities as many may provide both immediate and long-lasting financial benefits. This year has brought incredibly unique challenges and significant change. Businesses that have not yet explored year-end tax planning should take an immediate inventory of their situation to Read the full article…

Fiscal Year 2023 Revenue Proposal: How Does the Biden Administration’s Proposal Impact the Real Estate Industry?

May 19, 2022By So Sum Lee

Recently, the Department of Treasury released the General Explanations of the Administration’s Fiscal Year 2023 Revenue Proposals. The proposals are built around the Build Back Better Act, passed by the House of Representatives on November 19, 2021, but were stalled in the Senate. If you are in the real estate space, it is important to Read the full article…

More on the State Tax Deduction Workaround (AB 150)

December 22, 2021By Phil D'Amico

Over the weekend, we received clarification regarding a couple of the many unanswered questions regarding the implementation of the State Tax Deduction Workaround. First, we are being advised that a Grantor Trust is eligible to participate in making the election to pay tax on a partnership/LLC or S corporation. Second, since it is unlikely that Read the full article…

Did You Miss Your State Tax Deduction?

December 16, 2021By So Sum Lee

If you are a shareholder of an S Corporation, partner/member of a partnership/LLC, you might be able to get some of your state tax deduction back. As you may remember, the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act reduced the amount of the SALT deduction individuals can claim on their federal tax return to $10,000 starting Read the full article…

The Latest COVID-Relief Package – Time to go Green

January 27, 2021By So Sum Lee

On December 27, 2020, Congress passed a $900 billion COVID-relief package, along with a $1.4 trillion spending package, that funds the government for the 2021 fiscal year. The spending bill includes several tax extenders; Section 45L tax credit for multifamily and residential developers, 179D tax deduction for commercial and government buildings, as well as 25C Read the full article…