Sarah Schiltz CPA, MSA
By MarksNelson on August 2, 2017If your company owns real property, or you do so individually, you may not always be able to dispose of it as quickly as you’d like. One avenue for perhaps finding a buyer a little sooner is an installment sale.
By MarksNelson on April 13, 2017Next year at this time, 40 Under Forty will turn 20, and by that time, Ingram’s will have identified 800 of the Kansas City region’s most promising young leaders, dating to that first class in 1998. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves: In this, the 19th installment of 40 Under Forty, we’re pleased to spotlight the achievements of many emerging leaders from a broad swath of industries in the Kansas City region.
By MarksNelson on April 3, 2017Capitalization rates are a critical component when real estate investors are comparing different investment opportunities. Unfortunately, cap rates are often misunderstood and improperly derived, which can affect the accuracy of a property valuation.
By MarksNelson on January 30, 2017Industrial, office, multifamily—nearly all sectors of the Kansas City commercial real estate market continued to soar last year. Will the industry remain strong in 2017? How will President Donald Trump and newly elected federal and state legislators affect taxes and incentives for developers and investors?
By MarksNelson on January 5, 2017MarksNelson LLC made Sarah Schiltz the youngest woman in the history of the firm to be named as a partner.
By MarksNelson on November 22, 2016Non-recourse financing is an option typically used for longer-term, permanent commercial real estate loans by developers and investors. Like many borrowers, you may be drawn to them because the arrangements can shield you from personal liability. But non-recourse loans don’t provide protection in all cases. “Carveouts” in the loan documents can saddle you with full liability if violated. However, you may be able to minimize risk through savvy negotiating.
By MarksNelson on November 15, 2016The election of President-elect Donald Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress could mean big changes to federal tax rules for small businesses. Many of them could be positive, though there are some caveats. Sarah Schiltz, CPA, a manager at accounting firm MarksNelson, talked with Thinking Bigger Business Media about some of the policies that were part of the incoming president’s platform during his campaign.
By MarksNelson on November 14, 2016The “Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015” contained an overhaul of the partnership audit rules. Under the new legislation, the IRS can collect taxes associated with audit adjustments at the partnership level, rather than solely passing them through to the individual partners.
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