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Dave Czarnecki Xconomy article: “Tax Reform and Choice of Business Entity” 03/16/2017

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M0846543In his new article for Xconomy, “Tax Reform and Choice of Business Entity“, corporate and tax partner Dave Czarnecki discusses how the decision of choice of entity for an entrepreneur’s business has both tax and non-tax implications. The decision is especially important given the impending White House tax reform plan, which could include a reduction in corporate tax rates.

Dave poses the question:

“If the anticipated changes are adopted, should entrepreneurs be more willing to organize their business as a C-Corporation, rather than an entity that is taxed on a pass-through basis?”

Dave discusses this question and potential tax reform and the implications for businesses in the Xconomy article.

Chip Wry Discusses Entity Choice and Tax Reform in Accounting Today 03/02/2017

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Accounting Today’s article titled “To LLC or not to LLC: Entity choice and tax reform“, discusses the importance of choosing the correctM0846619 type of entity to use when forming a business, and the possible impact of an upcoming tax reform. Tax attorney Chip Wry states that while the exact outline of the tax reform is unknown, “it will be similar to the GOP Blueprint. Both the Trump plan and the Blueprint call for lower corporate and individual rates, and an intermediate pass-through rate.” Chip goes on to explain the various tax considerations of choosing a business entity and the scenarios a tax reform may present.

For further detail, read the full article.

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Ryan Perry Discusses Profits Interests and their Potential Business Benefits and Caveats in New Article 02/27/2017

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rjp-headshot-photo-2016-m0949892xb1386One of the first and most important tax-driven decisions a founder must make is the type of entity in which to house his or her venture. Though much ink has been spilled over the pros and cons of choosing a corporation versus a limited liability company, or LLC, one thing is certain: most folks understand corporations better than LLCs. And who could blame them? LLCs can be complicated entities – so flexible that they often seem downright weird. As a result, even when a founder decides that an LLC is the right fit, it is often structured to look as much like a corporation as possible. We denote membership interest as stock-like units, we view boards of managers simply as directors by another name, and yes, we sometimes even issue options to employees. Equity compensation strategies in the world of the LLC, however, can be much thornier propositions than they are for the humble corporation.

For more information about profits interests and other equity compensation strategies, read the full article or contact Ryan Perry.

MBBP and Attorneys Earn “Best Law Firms” and “Best Lawyers” Rankings 11/30/2016

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Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton PC is pleased to announce it
has JMH Headshot Photo 2015 (M0846571xB1386)received national and regional rankings in the U.S. News & World Report / Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” listing for 2017. To be eligible, firms must have attorneys who are listed in the current edition of the Best Lawyers in America.

MBBP has received national rankings in three practice areas — Tax Law (Tier 2), Tax Litigation (Tier 2), and Venture Capital Law (Tier 3) — and Boston metropolitan rankings in three areas — Tax Law (Tier 1), Tax Litigation (Tier 1) and Venture Capital Law (Tier 3).

Additionally, venture capital attorney John Hession was selected for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America® in Venture Capital Law, for its 2017 edition.

MBBP is proud of our impressive Tax and Corporate departments and of the Firm’s recognition.

Tax Alert: Massachusetts 2015 Limited Tax Amnesty Program 03/20/2015

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Tax Attorney Robert FinkelTaxpayers who have received a Tax Amnesty Notice from the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) may be eligible to participate in a 60-day Amnesty Program. Under the Amnesty Program, the DOR will waive certain penalties (and penalty interest) if an “eligible” taxpayer makes full payment of all tax and interest due for the taxes and tax periods listed on the Tax Amnesty Notice.

In addition to paying tax and interest in full, participants must agree to waive both the possibility of receiving any refund Tax Attorney Diana Espanolaand also the possibility of contesting liability for amounts paid pursuant to the Amnesty Program.

The Amnesty Program ends on May 15, 2015.

Read our full Tax Alert to learn more about the Amnesty Program. To learn how our Tax team can assist you, please contact Robert Finkel or Diana Española.

MBBP Attorneys Dissect Fundamentals of Business Tax Law — Upcoming MCLE Program 01/31/2014

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Tax and Business Attorney Robert FinkelMBBP Tax Attorneys Robert M. Finkel and Diana C. Española are among the faculty presenting at MCLE New England‘s in-person program “Fundamentals of Business Tax Law Dissected” on Thursday, February 13th from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

This program is intended to provide non-tax lawyers with an overview of the most common taxes businesses can expect to face, and the background necessary to help spot troublesome tax issuesTax and Business Attorney Diana Española that can derail a transaction and pose problems to businesses down the road.

To learn more or to register for this event, please visit MCLE.

For more information on tax law, please contact Robert Finkel or Diana Española .

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