posts tagged as Tax Exempt


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | March 08, 2019

An Opportunity Zones Guide for Restaurants

Restaurants built in Opportunity Zones can help vitalize underserved communities and attract local talent while offering its owners a highly valued tax incentive. But what should potential investors keep in mind when evaluating the... read more


By Lisa Haffer | January 09, 2019

Employee Shift Meals Remain 100% Deductible for Tax Purposes

Restaurants are kicking off 2019 with exciting news: thanks to new tax reform guidance, employee meal shifts remain 100% tax deductible. read more


By Tanya Erbe | December 11, 2017

Tax Credit Relief In The Wake of Recent Natural Disasters

The restaurant industry was hit hard by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Certain employers that were rendered inoperable and are located in a federally-declared disaster zone may be eligible to claim an employee retention credit. read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | October 26, 2016

Part 2: Nine Questions Brewery Owners Should Ask Their CPAs

In the first installment of this series, Dirk covered five questions brewery owners should ask their CPAs in an effort to improve their business operations and find opportunities for savings. Continue reading as Dirk discusses the final... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | September 02, 2016

R&D for IPAs: Tax Breaks for Brewpubs

Over the past few years, it has become clear that craft beer is trending in the fast casual scene. While most fast casuals are stocking and selling, brewing their own is just around the corner. Owning and operating a brewery can be an... read more


By Adam Berebitsky | May 12, 2016

Proposed Non-Exempt Overtime Rules to Affect Restaurant Industry

During our recent Restaurant CFO Roundtable held May 4 in Solon, Ohio, labor attorneys Seth Briskin of Meyers, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis and Susan Rodgers of Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, discussed the Department of Labor’s (DOL... read more


By Lisa Haffer | April 05, 2016

Favorable Changes Made to Charitable Deductions for Contributions of Food Inventory for Restaurants

Last December, Congress passed and the President signed into law the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH Act). The PATH Act makes permanent several temporary tax provisions commonly known as extenders. read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | August 25, 2015

Sales Tax Savings Tips for Restaurants

In the competitive restaurant industry, it is crucial for managers and operators to recognize not only where savings can be utilized when opening new establishments, but also where pitfalls may lurk. read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | May 07, 2015

Tax Opportunities on Tap for Breweries and Brewpubs

Craft brewers have evolved from specialty producers into major players in the food and beverage industry, producing 22.2 million barrels of beer in 2014. read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | December 23, 2014

5 Extended Tax Breaks that Benefits Restaurants

On Friday, President Barack Obama signed the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 into law – which includes several tax breaks that had expired at the end of 2013. read more