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Understanding the new small business tax deduction

One of the central pieces of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is corporate tax reform. Corporate tax rates were cut to a flat rate of 21% from 35%

Tax rates lowered

Still, most U.S. companies are not large corporations, but rather small businesses. The Small Business Administration defines a small business as one that employs less than 500 people. These businesses — often structured as S-Corps, Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), partnerships, or sole proprietorships — are generally taxed as “pass-through” entities. This means that the net business or partnership income is taxed at rates and brackets applicable to individual taxpayers.

Smaller businesses are also affected by the tax reform legislation. The overall rates affecting individual taxpayers are reduced and would apply to pass-through entities. The law also provides for a new deduction available to businesses structured as pass-through entities — a 20% deduction for qualified business income.

The new deduction has some limitations depending on the type of business and household income. For example, professional service businesses such as law, accounting, finance, and consulting face limits when claiming the deduction.

The following table indicates how the deduction is applied.

table

Small business owners may consider meeting with their financial advisor or tax consultant to learn how to best optimize the new 20% deduction, and how the timing of income and other actions may impact the deduction, both positively and negatively. It may also be an opportune time to evaluate the status of a business. Business owners may want to consider what type of business structure or taxation method makes the most sense from a tax perspective. For example, an LLC may choose to be taxed as a flow-through partnership or as a C Corporation.

 

 

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Steve Lindquist 
stevelindquist@peakfns.com 
Financial Consultant
9600 S McCarran Blvd
Reno, NV 89523 
(775) 789-3140

http://www.gbfinancial.org/

Steve Lindquist is a registered representative offering securities and advisory services through Cetera Advisor Networks LLC, member FINRA/SIPC.  Cetera is under separate ownership from any other named entity. Registered address: 9600 S McCarran Blvd., Reno NV 89523.

Investments are not deposits; not NCUSIF insured; and not insured by any federal government agency.  No credit union guarantee.  May lose value.

 

Investors should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses associated with municipal fund securities before investing. This information is found in the issuer’s official statement and should be read carefully before investing.

Investors should also consider whether the investor’s or beneficiary’s home state offers any state tax or other benefits available only from that state’s 529 Plan. Any state-based benefit should be one of many appropriately weighted factors in making an investment decision. The investor should consult their financial or tax advisor before investing in any state’s 529 Plan.

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