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Blogs November 12, 2019 13 Tips for Starting a Venture Capital Fund

Tips for starting a venture capital fund that came out of EisnerAmper’s recent San Francisco roundtable, “Current Trends of a Successful Venture Capital Fund Launch.” It includes helpful tips, how to structure your fund and common mistakes to avoid. …

Blogs November 12, 2019 Revised QOF Reporting Requirements You Need to

New compliance reporting guidelines for Qualified Opportunity Funds using Form 8996. The guiltiness center on employer ID number, the census tract of the tangible property, and value of the QOFs’ investments.

Blogs November 07, 2019 California Passes Cannabis Tax Fairness Bill

A discussion of California Assembly Bill No. 37 exempts commercial cannabis businesses from the provisions of IRC Sec. 280E, allowing California cannabis business owners operating as a sole proprietorship or partnership additional state tax deduction…

Blogs November 07, 2019 Trends Watch: Venture Capital

A discussion with Reece Chowdhry, Founder & CEO, RLC Ventures, on the outlook for venture capital.

Blogs November 01, 2019 Best Practices for New Real Estate Fund Managers to Prepare for an Efficient Audit

A checklist of best practices for real estate funds preparing for financial audits.

Blogs November 01, 2019 U.S. Health Care Today: The Industry, its Challenges and Opportunities

Health care concerns, especially for investors, are discussed at the EisnerAmper Family Office Summit.

Blogs November 01, 2019 Eight Questions: Preparing Your Business for a Softening Economy

A discussion of strategies, considerations, and processes business owners and executives can take to strengthen their organization today in preparation for potential softening of the economy.

Blogs November 01, 2019 Tackling Injured Spouse Relief

A discussion of IRC Sec. 6402 and the offset for the ‘injured spouse’ including the Form 8379, Injured Spouse Allocation.

Blogs October 31, 2019 Michael Imber Offers Pension Solution in Crain’s Chicago Business Op-Ed

Michael Imber penned an op-ed in Crain’s Chicago on possible funding solutions to the staggering pension shortfall in many states and municipalities.