Douglas Resetar, CPA, is a principal in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF. He has been in the accounting profession for over 35 years and has experience in both public and private accounting.
Doug’s expertise includes tax planning and compliance, as well as financial statement reviews and compilations. In addition, Doug has represented clients before the Internal Revenue Service, Florida Department of Revenue and other state agencies. He works with high net worth individuals, family-owned corporate and partnership entities, as well as entrepreneurial businesses in a variety of industries.
The article “Is your employer’s retirement plan getting less attractive?” explains why the new TCJA devalues putting money into traditional tax-deferred plans and favors Roth versions. Does the same reasoning apply to conversions fr ...Explore
On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Ever since then, politicians and pundits alike have been offering their opinions on the implications of the sweeping tax reform legislation. The experts at MBAF have bee ...Explore
If you work for a business, you might incur certain expenses that are related to your job. In some cases, those expenses can be substantial. As of this writing, in late 2017, Congress is considering legislation that would eliminate miscellaneous item ...Explore
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Two recent trends are converging to increase banks’ risk management obligations. One is heightened scrutiny by banking regulators of their Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) compliance efforts. The other is customers’ increasing ...Explore
An unexpected outcome of the recent death of designer Karl Lagerfeld is that the topic of estate planning for pets has been highlighted. Lagerfeld’s beloved cat, Choupette, played a major role in his brand. The feline was the subject of a coffee ta ...Explore
The IRS has issued a press release reminding seniors that – in most cases – April 1, 2019 is the date that taxpayers who turned 70 1/2 during 2018, must begin making required minimum distributions (RMDs) from their individual retirement a ...Explore