We are pleased to share that Matthew Burke has been recognized as one of The Hollywood Reporter’s Top Business Managers of 2022.
2021 welcomed a flurry of new tax changes, expanding certain COVID-related stimulus and making permanent some of the tax benefits that were set to expire in 2020. In addition, California voters passed Prop 19, introducing significant property tax changes to real estate inheritance in California.
We are pleased to share that Singer Burke has once again been recognized by Variety.
The provisions of the CARES Act are detailed and complex. We hope this summary provides some interim guidance specific to entertainment professionals and small businesses as we collectively navigate these challenging times.
We are pleased to share that Singer Burke has once again been recognized as one of the elite business management firms by Variety.
Singer Burke’s Tax Manager and in-house tax counsel, Greg Zbylut, wrote a guest column in this week’s Hollywood Reporter to expand upon an interview he did earlier in the summer on California legislation targeting big business’s use of Independent Contractors. Are we facing the end of the loan-out? And is it too late to do anything about it? The short answer is that no one knows yet. But Greg does his best to shine light on the issues and dispel some of the fear and confusion that has been percolating in Hollywood over the last week.
Singer Burke’s Tax Manager and in-house tax counsel, Greg Zbylut, was interviewed for an article in today’s The Hollywood Reporter to discuss a new bill in California’s legislature that takes aim at California’s gig economy but potentially threatens Hollywood talent’s loan-out companies in the process.
Ok, so maybe – just maybe – the title is a bit facetious. But what’s not funny is the new partnership audit rules. A partner who bought a partnership interest in 2019 could find themselves on the hook for a liability that arose in 2018 – when they didn’t own the interest – a nasty surprise.