E-commerce tax planning and Cloud tax planning uses unique tax laws. As a result, saving taxes in this century’s cross-border business environment is easier than ever.
Small businesses are saving taxes with eCommerce tax planning and cloud computer tax planning.
The cloud has level the playing field between small business and big business. Amazon is leading the way.
Small businesses can benefit from cloud computer tax planning.
Cloud tax planning allows big state and federal tax savings. A popular term for this is “third wave” tax planning. The second wave was most of last century and a little of the 1800s. The first wave is from 10,000 BC to the late 1800s. This explains the loophole. Our tax laws were designed in the early 1900s. While the laws are more complicated, the basis framework is unchanged.
We all have heard people say that things are not what they used to be. This is particularly true in American business. In 1910, electricity was not in the White House. Cars were laughed at with jokes like “Get a horse!”
Phones were rare, and there was no air travel. U.S. E-commerce tax laws are written for last century’s business. E-commerce tax planning provides significant tax savings. Here is what has gone wrong for the Government and good for small business.
Who is this man? He is Robert Lee Doughton. He was the powerful chairman of the U.S. Congressional committee that writes the tax laws.
This man designed and wrote our international tax laws. His education was only high school. His father fought with General Robert E. Lee (General of the Confederate States of America). He was named after the General. He was born in 1863. His view of international commerce was via steamship
In 1939, he wrote the international tax laws that govern today’s international taxation in America. Most of the congressional representatives who wrote the 1939 tax code were born before 1900. Their view of the world was what you see in many silent movies … and so was their tax law.
Their idea of technology was steamships and the telegraph. It is this world vision that governs how the U.S. taxes international business and investment today.
On this link, you can view my forty-minute of my presentation of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants on profiting from Congress’s failure to innovate.
Successful E-commerce international tax planning revolves around a major flaw in American tax law caused by the speed of change (more on this link).
If you need to up the quality of your tax planning, then contact me, Brian Dooley, CPA, MBT, at [email protected]
 Congress renamed the tax code in 1986 to the “Internal Revenue Code of 1986.” As I wrote this, I realize that 1986 was just at the end the “second wave” of business. The tax consequences of leaving the economics of the second wave and moving into the economics of the third wave are discussed in this video.