Significant final regulations under section 163(j), which includes the interest expense limitation that was issued in July 2020 to reflect amendments made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TJCA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, were recently signed at the beginning of January 2021. There
First, the Big Picture In 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) made a significant change in a taxpayer’s ability to defer gain under the like-kind exchange rules of Code Section 1031 – including narrowing the applicability of section 1031 to an exchange of real property. That property had
As the pandemic battered the economy in 2020, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners predicted a rising tide of tax fraud scams that would escalate in 2021. As tax season heats up, that prediction is bearing out, and even savvy professionals aren’t immune. Here’s what you need to know, and
In the coming year, plan administrators may be approached to join a new type of pooled 401(k) plan. The SECURE Act established a new type of multiple employer plan called a “pooled employer plan” (PEP). These plans allow unrelated employers to participate in a single, shared 401(k) plan. The U.S.
New legislation designed to support millions of Americans as they continue to struggle with the impact of COVID-19 on their health, livelihood, and community went into effect at the end of 2020. One of the major provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) is relief for not-for-profit organizations. Here are
New for 2021 is Form 1099-NEC (Non-employee Compensation). The IRS now requires exempt organizations to report non-employee compensation on the new Form 1099-NEC instead of Form 1099-MISC. This is for payments totaling $600 or more to a nonemployee, such as an independent contractor. Form 1099-NEC should be filed with the