Moskowitz LLP Offers Three Free Tax Seminars This October in the San Francisco Area

Moskowitz LLP is going to be hosting three free seminars this October! Participants will learn vital tax lessons from the Moskowitz team, drawing from their 30 years of experience helping domestic and international clients with tax challenges. You will learn: How to pay tax on only 80% of your profit,...

Captive Insurance Companies, Part IV: Crackdown on Captive Insurance Abuses

Previous Posts in this Series Part I: What is a Captive Insurance Company? Part II: Types of Captives Part III: Benefits and Risks A captive insurance company manages its parent company’s business risks while providing it with substantial benefits. However, abuse of the tax benefits of captives – particularly small...

Captive Insurance Companies, Part III: Benefits and Risks

Previous Posts in this Series Part I: What is a Captive Insurance Company? Part II: Types of Captives Captive insurance companies provide businesses with savings opportunities, tax benefits, and greater flexibility in managing insurance needs. However, they are subject to pricing fluctuations, require significant capital, and pose some administrative challenges,...

Captive Insurance Companies, Part II: Types of Captives

Previous Posts in this Series Part I: What is a Captive Insurance Company? Captive insurance companies were created to enable corporations to establish subsidiaries that can insure the company’s own risks. The captive insurance industry has developed over the years and now includes a variety of forms and group structures....

Captive Insurance, Part I: What is a Captive Insurance Company?

Captive insurance companies were originally established to help businesses cover risks otherwise difficult to secure. They have expanded to include nearly every type of insurance. To protect themselves from certain risks, many businesses have formed subsidiary companies that provide them with insurance and risk-management services. Captive insurance companies are a...

U.S. Department of Justice Announces New Policies for Prosecution of Corporations, Focusing on Individual Wrongdoers

Justice Department announces new policies for prosecuting individuals who are responsible for corporate wrongdoing. This past November, Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein announced that the Department of Justice has enacted changes to its policies and procedures regarding the prosecution of corporate financial fraud and other misconduct. Corporate fraud: the...

Tax Law and the Horse Industry: Part VIII, At the Racetrack

Other Posts in this Series Part I: Impact of the New Tax Law Part II: Proving Intent to Make a Profit Part III: Incorporating Your Horse-Related Business Part IV: Proving Active Participation Part V: Taxation of Horse-Related Business Activities Under The New Tax Law Part VI: Deducting Horse-Related Business Expenses...