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Navigating Accounting Rules and Regulations for Private Aircraft

October 19, 2017

 

In today's world we have a laundry list of rules and regulations from several different federal, state and local agencies that need to be considered when accounting for private aircraft. These agencies range from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Department of Transportation (DOT) and the list goes on and on...

 

AeroCPA would like all aircraft owners to be able to maximize their tax savings while minimizing tax and regulatory risk. AeroCPA specializes in assisting with tax and accounting services specific to the aviation industry. We work closely with aviation attorneys to ensure that the aircraft ownership structure is legal and provides the best possible tax situation for the aircraft owner(s). We are here to help with your SIFL/personal income inclusion calculations as well as helping calculate and gather data for the IRS entertainment disallowance calculations under IRC 274.

 

AeroCPA understands the value of private aircraft operations and helps aircraft owners to plan accordingly and avoid some common situations that result in adverse tax effects.

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