Managing Director, Eustis Corrigan
, in the Memphis office has co-authored a new whitepaper on Tangible Property Regulations, taking the complex final tangible property regulations and distilling them down to the key issues most likely to impact or benefit your business.
"The tangible property regulations (TPRs) are the most dramatic changes in tax law to affect businesses since the overhaul of the Internal Revenue Code in 1986. The TPRs apply to all forms of business, whether a "C" corporation, an "S" corporation, a partnership, an LLC, a sole proprietorship (Schedule C on individual return), or a rental (Schedule E on individual return)."
It's important to note that the tangible property regulations become effective January 1, 2014.
Find out the issues that require immediate action by taxpayers and view a checklist of questions that highlight tax opportunities your business may be missing in this helpful guide: Capturing Tax Opportunities Within the Final Tangible Property Regulations
If you have any questions on these complex rules and related tasks, feel free to contact Eustis Corrigan at email@example.com