New Schedules K-2 and K-3 Reporting for Form 1065, Form 1120-S, and Form 8865 – What You Need to Know

August 11, 2022By Elvira Frencillo

For the tax year beginning in 2021, the IRS has implemented a new reporting requirement for partnerships, S corporations, and filers of Form 8865 to include Schedules K-2 (Partner’s Distributive Share Items – International) and Schedules K-3 (Partner’s Share of Income, Deductions, Credits, etc. – International) with their returns. What are Schedules K-2 and K-3 Read the full article…

Tax Credit for Hiring New Employees

August 8, 2022By Kimberly Hoang

This is one of the articles in the KROST Quarterly Hospitality Issue, titled “Tax Credit for Hiring New Employees” by Kimberly Hoang, CPA. The restaurant industry took a massive hit during the pandemic. With statewide mandates enforcing closures, layoffs were necessary. As vaccines have become widely available, the industry is slowly making its way back 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…

AB150 Update – What do I do Now?

February 25, 2022By David Troost

As previously communicated, recent updates to the State and Local Tax (SALT) workaround issued by the State of California, clarified some of the more troubling provisions of this law. This update should allow taxpayers to take advantage of the new deduction opportunity. The election and payment for 2021 are due by March 15th. The deduction Read the full article…