How Dentists Can Claim the QBID Deduction for Rental Real Estate

Last October, I wrote about a handful of specific definitions of the Qualified Business Income Deduction (QBID) as they applied to dentists. Given the law’s restrictions on type of business and income threshold, we already know that some dentists won’t qualify. But there are enough who will benefit a little all the way up to … Continued →

2019 Year-End Tax Planning for Businesses

The end of the year often means more spending for business owners. Office parties, client gifts, and traditional holiday bonuses can add up and put the squeeze on your bottom line. But we have a few tax planning strategies that can help increase your cash flow just in time for the new year.  Because the … Continued →

2019 Year-End Tax Planning Advice for Commercial Real Estate Investors and Owners, and 2020 Outlook

Naden/Leans’ industry expertise includes manufacturing, technology, professional services, healthcare, nonprofit, restaurants, and this month’s focus: commercial real estate. In October’s Industry Focus, we explore the industry trends impacting decisions for 2020 and options for 2019 year-end tax planning. Do you have a stake in the commercial real estate (CRE) sector? At this time of year, it’s … Continued →

Year-End Tax Planning: Section 199A Pass-Thru Entity Deduction Strategies

When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed in December 2017, business owners were left to navigate a host of new rules and regulations stipulating how their operations would be treated under the new tax code. Fortunately, several promising tax incentives are scattered throughout the complex reform document. Section 199A, also known as the … Continued →