As we find ourselves in the first quarter of 2021, many private companies and individuals operating general aviation aircraft, or considering adding general aviation aircraft to our business operations, find ourselves uncertain regarding the year ahead. With clear political change in Washington, coupled with fewer conferences and face-to-face meetings, the uncertainty of 2020 maintains a cloud over early 2021 planning. It is essential to remember that general aviation aircraft continue to serve a vital role in growing and maintaining business operations in challenging times,
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Moderated by Alasdair Whyte, co-founder Corporate Jet Investor, each week CJI will tackle a different issue or topic through the knowledge of as many expert participants as possible.
By: Suzanne Meiners-Levy
Understanding the Value of Equipment Expensing and Carryback Net Operating Losses
In uncertain times, businesses and individuals often delay large purchases and investments they had long anticipated, and that will ultimately serve the long-term interest of the company, for fear of uncertain outcomes or with a mistaken belief that it is not the right time. In our practice, where we interact with over 1,500 general aviation owners and operators on an on-going basis,
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By: Letisha D. Bivins
State taxes are often overlooked in general aviation. Whether you use your plane for business or just for personal pleasure, there are state taxes that may apply to your plane in one or more forms. Forty-four states impose sales and use tax on planes. In addition, 42 states impose annual personal property tax and/or registration tax on planes.
I often hear, “I took delivery in Oregon,