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DID YOU KNOW? – The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act introduces a net operating loss (NOL) income limitation February 14, 2018 by Mitch Estling
DID YOU KNOW? – The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act introduces a net operating loss (NOL) income limitation
The TCJA introduces a limitation on the amount of NOLs that a corporation may deduct in a single tax year equal to the lesser of the available NOL carryover or 80% of a taxpayer’s pre-NOL deduction taxable income (the “80% limitation”). 
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Did You Know: Taxpayers are allowed a qualified business income deduction? February 7, 2018 by Mitch Estling
Did You Know: Taxpayers are allowed a qualified business income deduction?
If your individual taxable income is typically $315,000 or more ($157,500 for single filers), then this deduction will be phased out for specified service trades such as health, law, consulting, athletics, financial or brokerage services.
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Orthodontic Practice Statistics Provide Benchmarks on Operating Costs and Income February 6, 2018 by BerganKDV Team
Orthodontic Practice Statistics Provide Benchmarks on Operating Costs and Income
The 2017 orthodontic statistics have been compiled by a team of BerganKDV accountants to help practitioners see how they stack up with their peers on metrics such as average income before owner compensation, fees received and a wage and fee survey.
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Five Tax and Financial Impacts for Construction & Real Estate Industry Leaders to Consider February 5, 2018 by Sarah Zimmerman
Five Tax and Financial Impacts for Construction & Real Estate Industry Leaders to Consider
From the initial analysis done on the 2017 tax reform bill, the construction and real estate industries appear to significantly benefit from the new legislation. Several provisions will need to be closely examined, from the reduction in the corporate rate to pass-through entity tax relief. We recently sat down with firm partner Sarah Zimmerman to get her take on the new legislation.
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