Some people may find that they have higher tax bills for 2021 than they have in previous years. During this live event, CPA Dimple Sankhla and Business Development and Outreach Manager Neha Mahajan discuss the many factors could contribute to this increase in taxes.
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.”
It’s not too late to save money on your 2021 taxes. Our experts CPA and Team Lead Ashleen Sahni and Accounting Team Lead Yamini Jain join Business Development and Outreach Manager Neha Mahajan for a conversation on tax planning strategies that can benefit businesses, individuals, and high-net-worth people.
Foreign companies that operate in the United States should evaluate where to incorporate their business based on a careful consideration of state tax laws and other regulations. Additionally, foreign companies may also derive tax benefits by choosing to structure their US entity as either a subsidiary or branch office. These decisions can generate enormous tax savings for companies.
During this discussion, Chugh CPAs, LLP Partner, and CPA Baljeet Singh covers how to file taxes in the United States for your foreign assets and income, including real estate, mutual funds, and more. He also goes into detail about who needs to file returns FBAR and Form 8938, and the penalties incurred for not filing them.