Charlie Chiampou and Mary Horbachewski discuss how recent tax provisions might impact businesses and resulting tax planning considerations.
In this episode of CTBK Face Value, we discuss ways to maximize your tax benefits in 2017. This episode was hosted by Mary Horbachewski, a tax principal at CTBK. Mary provides tax consulting and tax return compliance services for clients year-round. Her primary expertise lies in the tax accounting area, effects of taxation to pass-through entities, and business and individual tax planning.
In this episode of CTBK Face Value, we discuss what you really need to prepare your tax return. This episode was hosted by Joanne Bender, a tax senior manager, and Lynne Gross, a tax manager, at CTBK. Joanne and Lynne provide tax consulting and tax return compliance services for clients year-round.
In this episode of CTBK Face Value, we discuss the service line created to further help our clients called Business Process Reviews. This episode was hosted by Gene Kershner, a CTBK partner focusing on providing assurance services, business process reviews, employee benefit plan audits, and mergers and acquisition services for his clients.
In this episode of CTBK Face Value, Bob Travis and Lisa Szarleta discuss a topic CTBK is very proud of, giving back to our community. Since the establishment of our Helping Hands committee, our firm has spent 50 days together volunteering with various Western New York organizations.
In this episode of CTBK Face Value, we discuss the 2016 Global Fraud Study and provide tips on ways to mitigate fraud at your company. This episode was hosted by Kelly Besaw, a CTBK partner focusing on providing auditing, business valuation and litigation support services to businesses. Kelly is a Certified Valuation Analyst. Contact Kelly Besaw or your CTBK contact for questions at 716-630-2400.
In this episode of CTBK Face Value, we discuss the top 5 estate planning mistakes business owners make. This episode was hosted by Cheryl Jankowski, a CTBK partner focusing on estate planning. Cheryl works extensively with clients to structure estate plans that include the use of GRATs, defective trusts and family partnerships.
This episode of CTBK's Face Value discusses the benefits of understanding the value of your business to reach short-term and long-term goals. This episode was hosted by Eric Colca, a CTBK partner focusing on business valuation. Eric assists business owners with a distinctive CTBK service called Managing For Value. Contact Eric Colca or your CTBK contact for questions at 716-630-2400.
Last year you may have made significant gifts to your children, grandchildren or other heirs as part of your estate planning strategy. Or perhaps you just wanted to provide loved ones with some helpful financial support. Regardless of the reason for making a gift, it’s important to know under what circumstances you’re required to file a gift tax return.
Some transfers require a return even if you don’t owe tax. And sometimes it’s desirable to file a return even if it isn’t required.
When filing is required
Generally, you’ll need to file a gift tax return for 2016 if, during the tax year, you made gifts:
On Friday, March 18th, CTBKers, friends and family bundled up to spend the evening throwing stones at Buffalo Riveworks. We were a little unsteady at first, but the instructors showed us the way and we quickly became curling champions. It's definitely harder than it looks, but a great time. It was a perfect evening to get away and unwind from the busy season hours. We can't wait to try it again next year.