Treating Your Home as Rental Property: A Way Around the State and Local Tax Deduction Limit?
One of the more controversial aspects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), passed in December 2017, was the introduction of a $10,000… Read More
While most startups and investors are familiar with the tried-and-true methods of startup fundraising, there is a relatively new funding method available that many startups and investors alike are not aware of yet!
What is equity, or regulation, crowdfunding?
We… Read More
More Businesses Subject to State Economic Nexus Following South Dakota v. Wayfair
Businesses may have to start looking at sales and use tax in a much different light. While the term “nexus” may not be the most commonly used word… Read More
Deferring Gains on Real Estate Sales with a Delaware Statutory Trust
The real estate markets are continuing to have positive trends. With that in mind, many taxpayers are looking for ways to defer gains from real estate sales for income… Read More
St. Louis is Leading the Way in Startups, Corporations, and Universities Joining Forces
It is amazing what can happen when established corporations and startups come together. Corporations, which may or may not be resting on their laurels given years of… Read More