Webinar Recording Available: Preview of the Tax Reform Act of 2014

The “Tax Reform Act of 2014” is the largest proposed change in the U.S. tax code since 1986. The tax reform will have a huge impact on all taxpayers, both individual and corporate.

While nobody knows what the final language of the Tax Reform Act of 2014 will be, it is vital that you know as much about the proposed changes as possible.

In case you missed our recent webinar on the proposed tax reform and/or you would like to share this information with your colleagues, now you can access the webinar recording online!

Webinar Recording Available Now!

Over 4 million businesses in the U.S. will be affected by new regulations governing the final version of the “repair” regulations. These rules affect the “capitalize or expense” decision for the acquisition, repair or improvement of tangible property, including any materials used. Will your business be affected?

In case you missed our November 1st webinar, be sure to watch the recording now. Gray, Gray & Gray Tax Advisor Mike Koppel explains how the new “repair” regulations work, how they must be applied, and ways the new rules could impact your business. Get up to speed on the complex rules that go into effect on January 1, 2014 – just a few weeks from now!

Federal Tax Watch Special Issue – January 2013

What’s the scoop on the new legislation passed by Congress to avert the fiscal cliff?

How will the tax provisions affect you?

Gray, Gray & Gray brings you the answers to these questions and more with a four-page special issue of the Federal Tax Watch newsletter.

Inside the Federal Tax Watch Special Issue – January 2013:
• Fiscal Cliff Legislation: How tax changes in the new act may affect you
• Provisions Primarily Affecting Individuals
• Provisions Primarily Affecting Businesses
• New Healthcare Taxes Taking Effect in 2013
• Tax Planning Considerations

Click here to view this important newsletter now available on the Gray, Gray & Gray website.

Did you miss Gray, Gray & Gray’s “Beyond the Fiscal Cliff” Webinar on January 7, 2013?  Get caught up with the recording! Click here to view it today.

January 7th Beyond the Fiscal Cliff Webinar Recording

Just Announced: “Beyond the Fiscal Cliff” Webinar

Fiscal Cliff Avoided! Now What?

Must-Attend Webinar:
Free Gray, Gray & Gray “Beyond the Fiscal Cliff” Webinar
Monday, January 7, 2013
10:00am EST

Find out how the new tax regulations will affect you and your business. GG&G Partner and CPA Michael D. Koppel lends his expertise and shares essential information to help you stay in-the-know. Continue reading

How to Take Action Now to Avoid an Additional 3.8% Tax Hit

Free Gray, Gray & Gray “Active vs. Passive Business Ownership” Webinar
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
2:00pm EST

Join us for this informative session, presented by GG&G Partner Michael D. Koppel, to learn how Active vs. Passive business activity can make a difference in your tax bill. Click here to register now.

Starting in 2013 high-income taxpayers will be subject to a new 3.8% tax on net investment income. Here’s the twist: The tax law considers income from “passive” ownership of a pass-through business – including LLCs (taxed as a partnership), partnerships and S corporations – to be investment income, which is subject to the new tax. Continue reading

Just Released: Gray, Gray and Gray’s 2012 Year-End Tax Planning Webinar Recording!

You asked. We listened.

Did you miss our recent year-end tax planning webinar/seminars?
Or, would you like a refresher on this valuable information?
We have you covered.

View Gray, Gray & Gray’s 2012 Year-End Tax Planning Webinar Recording online now! Continue reading

The New Healthcare Law Includes Many Tax Changes. Here’s What You Need to Know.

The Supreme Court ruling upholding the Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) means that almost every provision in the act will move forward. While a lot of attention has been focused on the individual mandate that will take effect in 2014, there are individual tax provisions that will take effect on “high income taxpayers” beginning in 2013. Continue reading