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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 – What’s New for Renewable Energy?

Published: January 16th, 2018

By: Dana M. Apfelbaum

We’ve previously written on the tax incentives available to promote renewable energy, including solar power. Our previous article is available here. In the legislative flurry that took place at the end of 2017, with the House and Senate bills for tax reform, many were concerned that federal tax incentives for renewable energy would disappear. Fortunately, […]

Eyes on the Legislature: The Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and the Risk for Florida Corporate Taxpayers

Published: January 9th, 2018

By: Michael B. Dobson Robert S. Goldman

This is an alert to corporations subject to the Florida corporate income tax: The impact of the recently enacted Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“Act”) on Florida tax revenue is unknown. During its 60 day regular session beginning today January 9, 2018, the Legislature will invariably consider whether the Act is likely to result […]

New Deduction For Qualified Business Income of S Corporations, Partnerships, LLCs and Sole Proprietorships

Published: December 29th, 2017

By: Stephen R. Looney

Effective January 1, 2018, the Tax Cuts and Job Act, formally entitled “An Act to Provide For Reconciliation Pursuant to Titles II and IV of the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2018” (the “Tax Act”), enacts new Internal Revenue Code (“Code”) Section 199A which generally provides a deduction of 20% of the […]

Steve Looney speaks at the 68th Alabama Federal Tax Clinic

Published: December 1st, 2014

By: Stephen R. Looney

Stephen Looney, shareholder and chair of Dean Mead’s Tax Department, spoke at the 68th Alabama Federal Tax Clinic in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on November 21, 2014. He presented on “S Corporation Hot Topics.” The outline from his presentation may be viewed HERE.

Steve Looney Speaks at 60th Annual William & Mary Tax Conference

Published: November 12th, 2014

By: Stephen R. Looney

Steve Looney, shareholder and chair of Dean Mead’s Tax Department spoke at the 60th Annual William & Mary Tax Conference in Williamsburg, VA, on November 7, 2014. He presented on “Reclassification Risks For Compensation Paid by S and C Corporations to Shareholder-Employees“. In addition to covering unreasonably high compensation in the “C” corporation context and unreasonably […]

Steve Looney Speaks at 63rd Tulane Tax Institute in New Orleans

Published: October 24th, 2014

By: Stephen R. Looney

Stephen R. Looney, Chair of Dean Mead’s Tax department, was a guest speaker at the 63rd Annual Tulane Tax Institute in New Orleans, LA on October 22, 2014. His presentation was titled, “Reclassification of Compensation Paid by C Corporations and Reclassification of Distributions Made by Corporations to their Shareholder-Employees”. Mr. Looney discussed how the IRS and […]

Steve Looney’s byline on Camp Proposal in Orlando Medical News

Published: August 22nd, 2014

By: Stephen R. Looney

Stephen R. Looney, Shareholder and Chair of Dean Mead’s Tax department, authored an article titled, “Camp Proposal on Tax Reform Contains Many Changes and Surprises”. The article was published in the August 2014 issue of Orlando Medical News. The full article may be viewed here: Camp Proposal on Tax Reform Contains Many Changes and Surprises.

“Camp Proposal on Tax Reform Contains Many Changes and Surprises” in Tampa Bay Medical News

Published: May 27th, 2014

By: Stephen R. Looney

Dean Mead shareholder and Chair of the firm’s Tax Department, Stephen Looney, authored the article “Camp Proposal on Tax Reform Contains Many Changes and Surprises,” published in the May 2014 edition of Tampa Bay Medical News. The article may be viewed via the following link: Camp Proposal on Tax Reform. This article was reproduced with permission from Tampa Bay […]