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“As a general rule, the cost of commercial real estate improvements is recovered over a painfully long period of 39 years via straight line depreciation only.
However, for specially defined categories of realty improvements, taxpayers may be entitled to the hat-trick of tax breaks: expensing …
With the challenge of feeding an ever growing population, food & beverage companies in the United States are forced to increase their research and development efforts to meet demand. In addition to providing more options, food and beverage manufacturers are fighting to keep up with …
It may be a surprise to many that food science activities typically associated with agriculture and farming can benefit from the Research & Development (R&D) tax credit. With advances in the food sciences and the challenge of feeding a growing population, those in the agriculture …
From the AICPA Special News Update February 10, 2015 – Volume 22 No. 7
“We are reaching out to members to address issues and concerns with the tangible property “repair” regulations. Over the last few weeks, we have heard from an unprecedented number of members with …
On Tuesday December 16th, the Senate passed H.R.5771 to extend several expired tax provisions and President Obama is expected to sign it into law in the coming days. The extension is retroactive from January 1, 2014, through the end of this year with minimal …