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Established in 1991, Lampiris & Company CPAs PC is dedicated and committed to service excellence, high quality business and tax advice, and are proactive in analyzing and understanding our clients’ goals. Our clients’ needs are our primary concern and we take pride in focusing our knowledge and expertise to assist in achieving success and prosperity. We expand our knowledge through continuing education and research to keep abreast of all the latest tax and accounting rules. This allows us the tools necessary to implement the best strategies available for each of our clients’ needs. Lampiris & Company, CPAs PC is member of the Massachusetts Society of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs.
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Enhanced write-offs for business asset purchases are included in the bill: 100% bonus depreciation for many assets put into use during the year. But there’s a catch. This business tax break is temporary, lasting for only five years. Many key breaks would be eliminated or pared back: Business entertainment. The 9% domestic production deduction. The rehab and work opportunity tax credits. Net operating losses could offset only 90% of taxable income, and NOL carrybacks would be prohibited. Tax-deferred like-kind swaps would be limited to real property.
The House bill would dramatically reform the taxation of businesses. Corporations would pay tax at a flat 20% rate, down from 35% now. This lower rate would be permanent and would begin in 2018 with no phase-in. Personal services corporations would be subject to a flat 25% corporate rate. The corporate alternative minimum tax would be scrapped, too.