We’re committed to bringing you a regular dose of accounting goodness, geared towards your industry. But before you dive in, here is a little of the who, what, where, why and when regarding this blog.
Who we are – at DiSanto Priest we recognize the need for specialization in the accounting industry. Commercial Fishing is one of six industries which we have identified as focus areas for our firm. Our other industry focuses include Technology, Real Estate and Construction, Precious Metals, Manufacturing, Distribution and Retail, and Professional Services. As with many of our clients, your Commercial Fishing driven business may cross over into our other verticals so be sure to sign up for those industry updates as well by viewing their respective pages.
What we’re doing – our goal with this blog is to bring you timely accounting information that is relevant to your business.
Where – whether you’re at your desk or on the road, our online content is downloadable as well as mobile-enabled to allow you access wherever you need it.
Why we’re doing it – we’re in the information age. You need information and you need it now. As your trusted advisor we’re in the best position to provide you with the latest and greatest of the accounting industry. We want to do it in a way that allows you to gain an understanding of a topic and empowers you to take action.
When – we plan to update our blog monthly. Stay tuned!
New Tax Incentive for US Corporations Exporting Goods or Services to Foreign Markets
Sep 5, 2018
For tax years beginning after December 31, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) provides a new permanent deduction for domestic C-corporations that generate income from serving foreign markets. The deduction would reduce the federal tax rate on such income from 21% to 13.125% (increasing to 16.41% after 2025).
Do you own a piece of real estate whose fair market value is greater than its basis? Are you contemplating selling and buying another? A 1031 Exchange may be for you! If you are contemplating a like-kind exchange, at Disanto, Priest & Co. we would be more than happy to assist you.
Physical Presence No Longer Required for Sales Tax
Jun 21, 2018
In a 5 - 4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of state authority to require online retailers to collect sales taxes without regard to physical presence in the state. Although states stand to gain much-needed tax revenues, there may be consequences for online retailers that do business in multiple states.