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Established in 1999 with offices across the US, KBKG provides turn-key tax solutions to CPAs and businesses. By focusing exclusively on value-added tax services that complement your traditional tax and accounting team, we always deliver quantifiable benefits to clients. Our firm provides access to our knowledge base and experienced industry leaders. We help determine which tax programs benefit clients and stay committed to handling each relationship with care and diligence. Our ability to work seamlessly with your team is the reason so many tax professionals and businesses across the nation trust KBKG.
What start-up or small business wouldn’t want an extra $250,000? Thanks to The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (“PATH”) Act of 2015, there is a new opportunity to monetize research and development (“R&D”) tax credits. Start-ups and small businesses who were previously unable to realize …
It may have been one of the most hotly contested, controversial campaigns in living memory, but there can be no denying the outcome of the 2016 US presidential election is generally friendly for business. President Donald Trump and the Republican Party both agree that that …
The recently released IRS Notice 2017-6 extended a special eligibility rule for taxpayers making an automatic change of accounting method providing an opportunity to continue to take advantage of the Tangible Property Regulations (TPRs) on 2016 tax returns.
Press Release: Pasadena, California, December 1, 2016 – KBKG, a nationwide tax solutions firm headquartered in Pasadena, California, recently launched the Residential Cost Segregator™, an innovative cost segregation software …
Real estate owners and investors often use cost segregation studies to accelerate depreciation deductions, generate current income tax benefits, and improve cash flow. But did you know that a cost segregation study …