posts tagged as Tax


By Alicia Huffman | November 29, 2018

Top Ten Tax Planning Items for Restaurants in 2018

As the year comes to a close, restaurants can optimize their year-end tax planning with these ten items. read more


By Mike Feiszli | October 30, 2018

Restaurants Aren’t Immune to Wayfair’s Sales Tax Changes

This summer, the U.S. Supreme Court created a watershed moment in state taxation with its decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair. Today, restaurants can alter their state and local tax processes to comply with the decision’s new economic... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | October 18, 2018

Private Equity PErspectives podcast: Amazon, Wayfair and the changing retail landscape

In the Amazon era, retailers must alter their strategies to effectively compete. Tune into BDO’s PErspectives podcast to learn how retailers can become “un-Amazonable” and ideal targets for private equity investment and advisory firms. read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | September 14, 2018

Nonprofits' New Commuter Headache: Tax on Transportation Benefits

Does your tax-exempt organization provide transportation and parking benefits to employees? If so, you may have another commuter headache: a new tax. Under the tax reform law, many nonprofits that provide transportation and parking... read more


By Katherine Gauntt | August 27, 2018

A retailer’s guide to dealing with the impacts of Wayfair

Are retailers taking the appropriate steps to comply with current and future regulation following the SD v. Wayfair decision? read more


By Kari Maue | August 14, 2018

How Restaurants Can Capitalize Internal-Use Software

Restaurants can capitalize expenses associated with the development or adoption of internal use software through three deduction methods. read more


By Marc Berger | July 27, 2018

Significant Rule Change for Tax-Exempt Organizations Reporting Donor Information

New IRS guidelines eliminate the need for certain tax-exempt organizations to report donor information in their annual tax filings. The move is designed to reduce compliance costs for organizations and the IRS, and to keep donor... read more


By Scott Ziemer | July 20, 2018

For Maximum Savings, Retailers Must Meet Tax Depreciation Deadline

The October 15, 2018 tax depreciation deadline for C-corporations is quickly approaching and retailers must act fast to capitalize on savings. read more


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | July 18, 2018

IRS Guidance Removes Obstacle to Restructuring Tax-Exempt Organizations

New guidance from the IRS makes it easier for many nonprofits to restructure or enter a merger, while retaining their tax-exempt status. The Nonprofit Standard blog explains what’s changed. read more


By Michael Conover | July 02, 2018

Excise Tax ‘Bite’ on Nonprofit Compensation

The new tax reform law included a lot of provisions important to nonprofits, including a 21 percent excise tax on executive compensation. Our latest blog post has details. read more