Business travel can be costly. Hotel bills, airfare or train tickets, cab fares, public transportation – it can all add up fast. Business travelers may be able to offset some of those costs by claiming business travel deductions when they file their taxes.
Rupali Mundada truly loves her work as a certified public accountant (CPA). She gets to use her analytical and client service skills to learn about a client’s business and build long-term relationships with the team. But no matter the client, all of them have the same goal when it comes to taxes: Saving money. Rupali is driven to help her clients achieve this goal while still complying with applicable laws.
Deferred taxes are a result of the difference in timing recognition between United States tax law under the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), and the standard US accounting method generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Join Accountant Jarrell Ochoco for an overview of the differences between these two standards, and how they apply to your business.
Individuals should vary their tax planning strategies based on the type of stock option award they receive. Join Chugh CPAs, LLP Partner and CPA Kislay Banka for an overview of different stock option awards, and which tax planning strategies you can use for each. Business Development and Outreach Manager Neha Mahajan hosts.
Since the start of the pandemic, money poured into the real estate market due to low interest rates and unlimited quantitative easing (QE). In the Atlanta area for example, the median sales price for homes increased 17% from one year prior. Another factor that contributed to the hot real estate market was “iBuying.”