Final Repair Regs Help Clarify Tangible Property Expenses
By Steve Carter, ASL Principal
Late last year, the IRS released final regulations that clarify how business expenditures related to tangible property should be treated from a tax perspective. This has been a gray area for many business owners for nearly a decade, as the first set of proposed IRS Repair Regulations goes all the way back to 2006.
By Mark Sheffield, ASL Principal
Looking for funding for your emerging business? Remember to check into these eight funding sources: Personal Resources, Friends & Family,Government Grants & Incentives, Specialty Financing, Angel Funding, Venture Capital, Business & Corporate Funding, and Banking & Finance.
By Michael McAndrews, ASL Principal
U.S. companies expanding into foreign markets must address a myriad of considerations to give their expansion plans the greatest chance for success. In addition to market focused, operational and cost issues, there are numerous other considerations including but not limited to legal, regulatory, finance, human resources and tax. The form of operation the US Company should take is often determined by a thorough analysis of these various considerations. This analysis often results in a branch vs subsidiary discussion.