With 2020 coming to a close, it is essential for A&E firms to formulate and implement a year-end tax plan to help them maintain profitability during these uncertain economic times. Even though many tax credits and incentives apply to most A&E firms, every organization has its own unique circumstances. Stephen Minson discussed tax strategies firms can use to ensure that they are well-positioned.
Tax planning in an election year
Year-end strategies to minimize tax impact such as A&E-related tax incentives
Tax issues associated with remote workers and the global pandemic
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