Posts made in April, 2018


Tax reform made a lot of good changes in the tax law for the small-business owner. But the changes to the net operating loss (NOL) deduction rules are not in the good-changes category. They are designed to hurt you and put money in the IRS’s pocket. Now, if you have a bad year in your business, the new NOL rules are designed to stop you from using your business loss to find some immediate cash. The new (let’s call them bad-for-you)...

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Last week, someone approached me with this situation, “I closed my S corporation with the state in 2017. However, during 2018 I’ve had unexpected expenses from the defunct S corporation. I paid those expenses from personal funds. Where can I deduct those expenses? You should have seen his face when I told him that he was out of luck. Neither he nor the S corporation can deduct those expenses. No Deduction for the S Corporation...

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