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2018 Year-End Tax Planning for Businesses

Businesses of all sizes, across all industries, have been impacted by the monumental changes to the federal tax code. To maximize tax savings and ensure compliance with the new rules, businesses need to engage in year-end planning conversations now. Certain tax savings opportunities may apply regardless of how your business is structured, while others may apply only to a particular type of business organization. No matter the type of business entity you operate, year-end tax planning should consider all possibilities to effectively lower your total tax liability.

This 2018 year-end tax planning for businesses letter (tax letter) is organized into sections discussing year-end and year-round tax-saving opportunities for:

  • All businesses
  • Partnerships, limited liability companies, and S corporations
  • C corporations

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To discuss the specific tax needs for your business, reach out to MFA’s Tax Team.

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