Here is why may not work for you!
The tax reform of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has introduced an astonishing threshold to larger business losses that can actually attack your cash flow, ouch!
So, this new law apparently works in some bizarre ways, even though you don’t have a real income for the year. Then you really have some planning opportunities to mitigate the problem when you know precisely how this hideous new rule actually does work.
Your Elected Officials have decided to introduce laws over the years that severely limits your opportunities to counter your business or lease losses to other sources of income.
Here are the most common that I have been hearing in all my continuing education workshops:
In other words, this relatively new policy is that in the current year, which the new law considers to be an "excess business loss, "you simply cannot use your business loss. "Instead, the excess business loss will be treated as a net operating loss (NOL) for the next taxable year.
To avoid becoming a victim of this new TCJA new rules you need to implement these two strategies:
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