Tax Filing Due Date Extension

The tax filing due date is extended from April 15 to July 15. Taxpayers can also defer income tax payments without penalties and interest. Even with this extension, if you are due a refund, file electronically as soon as possible. A full listing of tax-related calendar dates are available here: … [Read more...]

Choice of Tax-Exempt Entity Status

By: James A. Bradley, CPA, MBT(Tax), Tax Manager at Millan and Co, PC, Austin, TX. August, 2019. jim@millancpa.com Do you want to form a nonprofit organization? What tax-exempt entity status should you choose? Should you select Section 501(c)(3), Section 501(c)(4), or Section 527 of the Internal … [Read more...]

Expansion of Millan & Company P.C., Bookkeeping Services

Millan & Company P.C. has recently announced a comprehensive set of certified bookkeeping services, allowing organizations to focus more time and energy on their businesses and to help make more informed budget decisions. A recent article in Entrepreneur magazine provides some helpful insight on … [Read more...]

How to Form a Nonprofit Organization in Texas

By: James A. Bradley, CPA, MBT(Tax), Tax Manager at Millan and Co, PC, Austin, TX. June, 2019. jim@millancpa.com A nonprofit organization is organized for charitable, educational, or religious purposes, and it can qualify for tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. … [Read more...]

A vector image illustrating tax preparation elements

Itemized Deductions

By: Carlos Nazario CPA, JD, Tax Director at Millan and Co, PC, Austin, TX. April, 2019. carlos@millancpa.com Itemized deductions vs. standard deduction The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act or “TCJA” of 2017 made multiple changes to the individual income tax, including changes limiting significantly the … [Read more...]

Tax Cuts and You

By: Carlos Nazario CPA, JD, Tax Director at Millan and Co, PC, Austin, TX. April, 2019. carlos@millancpa.com The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act or “TCJA” of 2017 made multiple changes to the individual income tax, including changes limiting significantly the itemized deductions and affecting the … [Read more...]

An illustration of a chainsaw cutting through letters spelling TAXES

Choosing among Pass-through Entities

By: Carlos Nazario CPA, JD, Tax Director at Millan and Co, PC, Austin, TX. February 2019. carlos@millancpa.com Pass-through Entities Usually a business is organized using an entity, which has legal capacity independent form its organizers, and can own property, raise capital, enter into … [Read more...]