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Paul Dunn to Speak at APQC’s Process & Performance Management Conference September 11, 2018

MCG Partner Paul Dunn will be speaking at APQC’s 2018 Process & Performance Management Conference in October, 2018, at the Houstonian Hotel in Houston. The conference features a wide-range of programs exploring best practices to improve agility and performance, and will be attended by business leaders concerned with business process management, continuous improvement, and organizational […]

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MCG to Sponsor the North Texas Owners Forum July 16, 2018

MCG is proud to be a sponsor of the Exit Planning Institute’s North Texas Owners Forum. The North Texas Owners Forum will present the results of the currently ongoing State of Owner Readiness Survey, which is surveying business owners in the North Texas region to determine their state of readiness to transition their business. The […]

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Wayfair Ruling Changes the Game for Sales Tax Nexus Requirements July 12, 2018

The United States Supreme Court, in Wayfair v. South Dakota, recently made headlines with their dramatic shift in sales tax nexus requirements. For nearly 3 decades, companies have relied on the proposition that they must have physical presence within a state to be subject to sales tax registration and collection/remittances responsibilities.  However, with the ruling […]

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How the Recent Supreme Court Decision Affects Your Sales Tax Processes  June 22, 2018

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court overturned the longstanding “physical presence” nexus standard for sales tax purposes in Quill. Their ruling on June 21, 2018 in South Dakota v. Wayfair allows states to require retailers to collect sales and use tax in states in which they lack a physical presence. The Wayfair decision called […]

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Tax Treatment of Bitcoin and Other Virtual Currencies June 14, 2018

Over the last several years, virtual currency has become increasingly popular. Bitcoin is the most widely recognized form of virtual currency, also commonly referred to as digital, electronic or crypto currency. While most smaller businesses aren’t yet accepting bitcoin or other virtual currency payments from their customers, more and more larger businesses are. And the […]

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Sending Your Kids to Day Camp May Provide a Tax Break June 10, 2018

When school lets out, kids participate in a wide variety of summer activities. If one of the activities your child is involved with is day camp, you might be eligible for a tax credit! Dollar-for-Dollar Savings Day camp (but not overnight camp) is a qualified expense under the child and dependent care credit, which is […]

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The Tax Sense of Putting Your Child On Your Business’ Payroll June 5, 2018

If you own a business and have a child in high school or college, hiring him or her for the summer can provide a multitude of benefits, including tax savings. And hiring can make more sense than ever due to changes under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). How It Works By shifting some […]

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IRS Issues Guidance to Ease Transition to FASB’s New Revenue Recognition Rule June 4, 2018

In 2014, a new accounting standard on how to recognize revenue from contracts was issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). Now the IRS is allowing a new automatic change in accounting method for businesses to use to conform with the new financial accounting standard. This will allow for more book-tax conformity and facilitate […]

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TCJA Changes to Deducting Pass-Through Business Losses June 4, 2018

It’s not uncommon for businesses to sometimes generate tax losses. But the losses that can be deducted are limited by tax law in some situations. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) further restricts the amount of losses that sole proprietors, partners, S corporation shareholders and, typically, limited liability company (LLC) members can currently deduct […]

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State and Local Taxes and Retirement June 4, 2018

Many Americans relocate to another state when they retire. If you’re thinking about such a move, state and local taxes should factor into your decision. Income, Property and Sales Tax Choosing a state that has no personal income tax may appear to be the best option. But that might not be the case once you […]

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2019 HSA and HDHP Contribution Limits May 31, 2018

The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) has announced the contribution and out of pocket limits for Heath Savings Accounts (HSA) and High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP). Please see them represented in the table below: 2019 2018 Change HSA Contribution Limit Self: $3,500 Family: $7,000 Self: $3,450 Family: $6,900* Self: +$50 Family: +$100 HSA Catch-up Contributions (age 55 or […]

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Start 2018 Tax Planning Now May 30, 2018

With the April 17 individual income tax filing deadline behind you (or with your 2017 tax return on the back burner if you filed for an extension), you may be hoping to not think about taxes for the next several months. But for maximum tax savings, now is the time to start tax planning for […]

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Be Aware of Tax Consequences Before Selling Your Home May 26, 2018

In many parts of the country, summer is peak season for selling a home. If you’re planning to put your home on the market soon, you’re probably thinking about things like how quickly it will sell and how much you’ll get for it. But don’t neglect to consider the tax consequences. Home Sale Gain Exclusion […]

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Do You Need to Adjust Your Withholding? May 22, 2018

If you received a large refund after filing your 2017 income tax return, you’re probably enjoying the influx of cash. But a large refund isn’t all positive. It also means you were essentially giving the government an interest-free loan. That’s why a large refund for the previous tax year would usually indicate that you should […]

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TCJA Changes to Employee Benefits Tax Breaks May 15, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) includes many changes that affect tax breaks for employee benefits. Among the changes are four negatives and one positive that will impact not only employees but also the businesses providing the benefits. 4 Breaks Curtailed Beginning with the 2018 tax year, the TCJA reduces or eliminates tax breaks […]

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Significant TCJA Provisions Affecting Small Businesses May 10, 2018

Now that small businesses and their owners have filed their 2017 income tax returns (or filed for an extension), it’s a good time to review some of the provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that may significantly impact their taxes for 2018 and beyond. Generally, the changes apply to tax years beginning […]

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IRS Sheds Light On New Limit on Business Interest Expense Deductions May 4, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) imposes a limit on deductions for business interest for taxable years beginning in 2018. The limit, like other aspects of the law, has raised some questions for taxpayers. In response, the IRS has issued temporary guidance in Notice 2018-28 that taxpayers can rely on until it releases regulations. […]

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TCJA Changes to Employee Benefits Tax Breaks April 24, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) includes many changes that affect tax breaks for employee benefits. Among the changes are four negatives and one positive that will impact not only employees but also the businesses providing the benefits. 4 Breaks Curtailed Beginning with the 2018 tax year, the TCJA reduces or eliminates tax breaks […]

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Individual Tax Deadlines for the Rest of 2018 April 18, 2018

While April 15 (April 17 this year) was the main tax deadline on most individual taxpayers’ minds, there are others through the rest of the year that you also need to be aware of. To help you make sure you don’t miss any important 2018 deadlines, here’s a look at when some key tax-related forms, […]

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What Tax Reform Means If You Have a Net Operating Loss April 14, 2018

When a company’s deductible expenses exceed its income, generally a net operating loss (NOL) occurs. If when filing your 2017 income tax return you found that your business had an NOL, there is an upside: tax benefits. But beware — the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) makes some significant changes to the tax treatment […]

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