How to Treat Inherited Individual Retirement Accounts

May 24, 2022By Kimberly Hoang

The SECURE Act, which became effective on January 1, 2021, changed the rules for inherited IRAs. Prior to that, the rules were very beneficial to non-spousal beneficiaries. The act upended the “life expectancy” rule for distributions and, in its place, created the 10-year rule for non-spousal beneficiaries. The act establishes a time period of 10 Read the full article…

Register for our Complimentary Webinar – Pro Forma – Projecting the Financial Future of Your Restaurant

May 23, 2022By KROST CPAs

Join us for our upcoming webinar Pro Forma – Projecting the Financial Future of Your Restaurant on Tuesday, June 21st at 10AM PST. During this session, industry expert, Derek Johnson, will discuss the current success rate of restaurants and the primary reasons they don’t succeed. In addition, we will review how proper planning and realistic Read the full article…

What is FRF for SME?

April 12, 2022By Rebecca Hickle

Running a small to medium-sized business has always come with a unique set of challenges. Securing credit, managing employees, and staying involved in the day-to-day running of the business creates a constant set of obstacles to be addressed by the business owner, leaving very little time for a life outside of work, let alone applying Read the full article…

Updated Tax Provisions: Corrections to Issues Related to Assembly Bill 150 (AB150)

February 14, 2022By David Troost

On February 9, 2022, the California Governor signed Senate Bill 113 (SB113). SB113 addresses numerous tax provisions, including correction to issues related to Assembly Bill 150 (AB150). AB150 allowed certain owners of qualified passthrough entities to work around the individual $10,000 federal limit on SALT deductions by paying a new elective state pass-through entity (PTE) Read the full article…

IRS to Audit High-Income Tax Returns

August 26, 2020By Brad Pauley, CPA

The IRS announced on June 18th that they will be looking at hundreds of high-income tax returns between July 15th and September 30th. They are expected to be looking at not only the taxpayer’s individual returns but any business-related pass-through entities as well. These reviews create exposure for athletes and entertainers who have high income and Read the full article…

[UPDATED] How to Secure an SBA Loan if Your Business is Impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 25, 2020By Jason Melillo

As of Friday, March 13, 2020, President Trump declared a national emergency to combat the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Businesses across the nation may be suffering dramatic losses due to the unprecedented response to the virus. Health officials are recommending social distancing guidelines, and travel has severely decreased, among other restrictions, which has caused business to slow Read the full article…

[Update] Tax Deadlines Pushed Back: Federal and California Measures to Help Taxpayers through COVID-19 Pandemic

March 23, 2020By So Sum Lee

The impact of coronavirus has been increasing rapidly. While Congress is still working on a proposal to stimulate the economy, both the federal government and the State of California have announced ways to help people get through this difficult time. Federal President Trump announced on March 11, 2020 that he would direct the Treasury to Read the full article…

Coronavirus and Its Impact on Financial Reporting

March 23, 2020By Keith Hamasaki

Nothing has gripped us quite like the Coronavirus (COVID-19). It has begun to affect all facets of life, from travel bans, school closures, meetings, and even financial reporting. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) has an Accounting Standard Codification (ASC) that addresses unforeseen circumstances occurring after the balance sheet date but before the audit is issued. Read the full article…