Landlord Certification Training – 3 Day LIVE – Oct 19-21 in Louisville

3 Day LIVE Landlord Certification Training Workshop!

UPDATE: Deadline has been extended to Monday, Oct 15th due to Hurricane Michael, 17 attendees will not be able to attend 



Offer Expires Midnight Thursday, Oct 11  Monday, Oct 15th

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and Huge Comprehensive WorkBook – Study Guide

Oct 19-21, 2018
in Louisville, KY
reg $1,997

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New Tax Law Update on CESA from attorney Harry Borders

New Tax Law Update on CESA from attorney Harry Borders
 
 
 
The new tax law eliminates the right to fund CESAs as of 4/15/18 so any investors wanting to contribute to a CESA MUST do so before 4/15/18.  After that, the only tax savings vehicle available is a 529 which will not allow for real estate investing!!!
 
Just a heads up.  Spread the word.
 
Peace,
 
Harry Borders
Borders and Borders Attorneys

Tax Update: How Do I Write Off Baseball Season Tickets to My Business?

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Louisville, KY 40223
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Tax Update: How Do I Write Off Baseball Season Tickets to My Business?

Code Sec. 162 permits a business to deduct its ordinary and necessary expenses for carrying on the business. However, Code Sec. 274 restricts the deduction of entertainment expenses incurred for business by disallowing expenses of entertainment activities and entertainment facilities. Many expenses are totally disallowed; other amounts, if allowed under Code Sec. 274, are limited to 50 percent of the expense.

The income tax regulations define entertainment as any activity of a type generally considered to be entertainment, amusement, or recreation, such as entertaining at night clubs, lounges, theaters, country clubs, golf and athletic clubs, and sports events, as well as hunting, fishing, vacation and similar trips. There are special rules for the costs of…

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Tax Update: Business Meals and Entertainment – How to Maximize Tax Deductions

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J. Michael Grinnan, CPA.CITP
Certified Public Accountant
9900 Corporate Campus Drive, Suite 3000
Louisville, KY 40223
Office 502-657-6333

Email Mike@JMGCPA.com

Website www.JMGCPA.com

 
Tax Update: Business Meals and Entertainment – How to Maximize Tax Deductions

Many businesses consider the occasional wining and dining of customers and clients just to stay in touch with them to be a necessary cost of doing business. The same goes for taking business associates or even employees out to lunch once in a while after an especially tough assignment has been completed successfully. It’s easy to think of these entertainment costs as deductible business expenses, but they may not be. As a general rule, meals and entertainment are deductible as a business expense only if …

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