Trump Administration Announces President's Outline for Tax Reform
On April 26, 2017, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn announced President Donald Trump’s outline for individual and business tax reform, which includes new federal income tax rates and repeal of the estate tax.
A feature examining the role of private equity in the manufacturing sector.
The new administration’s pro-economic growth agenda has spurred optimism among the investment community, and most agree the coming year is primed for a healthy cadence of deals.
In fact, in a poll BDO conducted in January, 71 percent of fund managers characterized the investment environment as favorable. That represented a 15 percentage point jump from managers who said the same prior to the November election results (56 percent).
Mont Clare, PA – February 16, 2017 – The Philadelphia Business Journal has once again named Maillie LLP a “Top 25” Accounting Firm in their 2017 edition of Book of Lists.
Maillie LLP is proud to be ranked thirteen out of twenty five accounting firms based in the Philadelphia region. The number of local CPAs determine list ranking.
February 16, 2017 – The Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce has named Maillie LLP “Large Business of the Year.”
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Mont Clare, PA – February 15, 2017 - Maillie LLP has named Amanda Bernard, Chris Herr and Diane Heyde to the position of principal.
Bernard, who started her career with Maillie in 2003 and obtained her CPA designation in 2004, provides accounting, attestation and tax expertise to municipal governments, not-for-profit organizations and the manufacturing industry. She holds a Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Management Accountant certification and is a member of Maillie's forensics department.
We have compiled a checklist of additional actions based on current tax rules that may help you save tax dollars if you act before year-end. Not all actions will apply in your particular situation, but you (or a family member) will likely benefit from many of them. We can narrow down the specific actions that you can take once we meet with you to tailor a particular plan.
Businesses should consider making expenditures that qualify for the business property expensing option. For tax years beginning in 2016, the expensing limit is $500,000 and the investment ceiling limit is $2,010,000.