• Accounting
        • Your financial statements should show a complete picture of your business, and lay the foundation to help you create a strategy for the future.
          READ MORE>

        • Tax
        • Tax returns prepared to ensure we minimize your liability and keep more of your earnings over the long term.
          READ MORE>

        • Business Advisory
        • From proper entity selection at the inception of a business to developing an exit strategy, we are here to guide you in making informed decisions that are goal driven and take into consideration the materiality of your financial situation.
          READ MORE>

        • QuickBooks
        • We maximize your QuickBooks investment by customizing the software to meet your specific needs and industry best practices.
          READ MORE>

        • Litigation Support
        • We employ strong analytical and communication skills to produce evidence that supports your position in cases of a dispute or negotiation.
          READ MORE>

        • M&A Advisory
        • Whether you are selling, acquiring or expanding, we are well equipped to ensure you respond to opportunities swiftly and with confidence.
          READ MORE>

        • SJG
        • Manufacturing & Distribution
        • Success in manufacturing and distribution hinges on your ability to manage numerous details with accuracy and foresight into how they impact current and future operations.
          READ MORE>

        • Consulting Services
        • You focus on your core competencies, customer service and strategy and we’ll keep you from getting caught off-guard by daily financial tasks or overwhelmed by growth.
          READ MORE>

        • Medical
        • Patient care is your primary concern. Providing the best clinical experience for your patients continues to get more difficult and costly. Delivery models are changing from fee for service to quality based.
          READ MORE>

        • Legal
        • Running a legal firm is a balancing act with high stakes. Your reputation hinges on your ability to support clients with responsiveness and accuracy.
          READ MORE>

        • Real Estate
        • Real estate is characterized by large material gains and losses. Every transaction has the potential to impact your accounting and tax situation.
          READ MORE>

        • Technology
        • Perhaps more than any other industry, technology companies must have an infrastructure built to scale. A culture of continuous iteration requires an ability to account for a fluctuating profit margin.
          READ MORE>

        • Professional Services
        • With a consultative, integrated approach to accounting, tax and consulting services for businesses and individuals, we work hand in hand with you to achieve your goals.
          READ MORE>

        • Renewable Energy
        • Renewable energy is an area of growing interest for businesses, as well as the advantageous tax incentives when transitioning operations to include new energy solutions. Read our series of articles to LEARN MORE.


SJG Blog

How the New Tax Law Changes Small Business IT Spending

How the New Tax Law Changes Small Business IT Spending

March 28, 2018 – biztechmagazine.com

by Wylie Wong

Along with lowering rates on businesses, the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 increases the Section 179 deduction, which covers hardware and software purchases.

Now that companies have filed their 2017 taxes (or at least filed an extension), it’s a good time for small businesses to plan for the 2018 tax year and learn how they can benefit from the new tax law, from lower tax rates to much larger tax breaks for technology purchases.

President Donald Trump in late December signed into law the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017, which includes many changes that could benefit businesses. C Corporations, which are typically large companies but include some small businesses, too, receive a huge tax cut as the federal corporate tax rate drops from 35 percent to 21 percent.

Small businesses that are pass-through entities – such as S Corps, LLCs and partnerships, which are the vast majority of small businesses – also benefit with a potential 20 percent deduction for qualified business income, but it’s subject to many exceptions, says Stacey Gorowitz, CPA and CEO of S.J. Gorowitz Accounting & Tax Services in Alpharetta, Ga.


Share This:


Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Recent Posts

Scroll to Top