SALES TAX and USE TAX

The increasing complexity and required compliance to Sales and Use Tax are causing confusion for many business owners.  Most often, the uncertainty is about what is taxable on initial purchase, and what is subject to tax on resale. For Veterinarians, the difficulty has heightened with the increased use of online pharmacies. Use this chart as a starting […]

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Now What? Planning Items Post Sale of Your Practice

Take a Multi-Year Outlook on Income Tax Planning It is essential that you know what your tax liability will be from the sale of your practice. Once the tax liability is determined, be sure that your withholdings on compensation, and quarterly estimated income tax payments, have you meet your income tax “safe harbor.” In most […]

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Abbott Pratt Quick Tax Tip→

As illustrated in a previous post, the tax law changes of 2018 brought along a new benefit to pass through entities: The QBI Deduction, which is a deduction up to 20% of qualified business income. This Section, though, is full of complexities, as it includes many limitations and multiple calculations. The biggest limitation was if […]

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Abbott Pratt Tax Talks – Spotlighting the Retirement Plan Credit

Who doesn’t love tax credits?! They are a dollar for dollar reduction of your tax liability. The IRS has a specific credit for qualified businesses that has added a SEP, SIMPLE or qualified retirement plan. If qualified, your business may be eligible for a credit up to 50% of the costs, with a maximum credit […]

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