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You don't have to navigate the complex tax code alone.

You don't have to navigate the complex tax code alone.

Even if the complicated nature of taxes doesn't intimidate you, the amount of time needed to figure out your best course of action can be exhausting. Taking advantage of specialized knowledge and experience to help answer your tax questions can mean the difference between merely finding an answer and finding the solution that works best for you.

With dedicated professionals who spend every day solving tax issues in a variety of industries, we bring a deep well of knowledge and resources to any tax situation or question. We'll work closely with you to understand your business and your goals so you not only find answers, but also the best path for your unique circumstances.

Latest Insights

November 12, 2018
Article
This insight explores what dealerships can expect from the proposed section 199A regulations under tax reform.
October 23, 2018
Article
The IRS Section 7520 rate will increase to at 3.6% for November. Near Zero Out Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts, Sales to Intentionally Defective Grantor Trusts and Charitable Lead Annuity Trusts are attractive since interest rates are near…
October 14, 2018
Article
When a business engages in a restructure, merger, sale or acquisition of another business, proper planning is vital to obtaining the necessary information to fulfill various tax reporting requirements for the transaction.
October 13, 2018
Article
The simplified method is available only to estates that otherwise have no filing requirement. For many eligible estates, the window for making a late portability election closes on January 2, 2018.
September 18, 2018
Tool
Get ahead of tax season with the Eide Bailly Tax Planning Guide. A supplemental strategy guide to help guide year-end and make the tax laws work for you.
June 27, 2018
Article
Your tax liability will be affected depending upon whether your work is classified as an actual business or as a hobby. Here are nine factors from the IRS regulations used to determine if an activity is a business or a hobby.

2017 Tax Trends Webinar Series

The Tax Trends Webinar Series is designed to offer education and information on issues impacting your business.

Contacts

Tim D. Bergstrom
Tim D. Bergstrom
Partner
Ron R. Hecht
Ron R. Hecht
Partner, National Tax Office Director
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