Changes to Lease Accounting

Changes to Lease Accounting

/ Changes to Lease Accounting By Trever Campbell, Partner If you are a business owner, CFO, lender, or investor, you have probably long heard rumors of a new lease standard coming in the world of accounting. In fact, you have probably heard about it for so long that...
Oregon Pass-Through Entity – Elective Tax

Oregon Pass-Through Entity – Elective Tax

/ Posts / KS Blog Oregon Pass-Through Entity – Elective Tax By John Mlynczyk, Partner, and Terry Niegel, Partner Background and Problem: Deduction for State and Local Taxes is Limited to $10,000 As you may be aware, the tax laws changed back in 2018 limiting...
LIBOR Transition Regulations

LIBOR Transition Regulations

/ Posts / KS Blog LIBOR Transition Regulations By Kaitlyn Coburn, Manager Background: London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) has historically been the benchmark interest rate at which major global banks lend to one another. A significant amount of debt and nondebt...
Avoiding Income Tax on the Sale of Stock

Avoiding Income Tax on the Sale of Stock

/ Avoiding Income on the Sale of Stock If it is true that, “for everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven,” then the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) brought about a season in which taxpayers should take the time to consider...
Year-End Tax Planning

Year-End Tax Planning

/ Year-End Tax Planning By John Mlynczyk, Partner, and Kevin Bell, Partner Year-end tax planning is more challenging than usual this year due to the uncertainty surrounding pending tax legislation that could, among other things, increase top rates for ordinary income,...