Automotive Dealerships

Macpage audit and tax specialists have been providing high-quality services to automotive dealers for over 30 years. We understand how important it is to work with people who thoroughly understand your industry, can offer a wide range of primarily in-house integrated services and tailor them to meet your needs. During planning and year-end tax and review, your team director will work on site with you.

Macpage is a leading integrated professional services provider to approximately 40 dealerships throughout New England. We are a founding member of the Auto Dealer CPAs serving approximately 1,000 dealerships across the United States.

Dealership Controller Roundtables

Periodically we host regional seminars for controllers, chief financial officers and office managers.

Dealership Services

  • Benchmarking and industry comparisons
  • Business valuation
  • Cash management
  • Cost segregation to accelerate depreciation deductions
  • Employee benefit plan consulting
  • Financing assistance
  • Gift and estate tax planning
  • Internal control recommendations to protect assets
  • IRS examination representation
  • IT General Controls Review
  • LIFO calculations and compliance
  • PORC planning and compliance
  • Profit improvement plans
  • Sales and acquisitions assistance
  • Sales tax audit assistance
  • Strategic planning facilitation
  • Succession planning
  • Tax planning strategies
  • Warranty reimbursement assistance
  • Vendor contract reviews for cost savings

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Auto News Articles

Salvage a Casualty Loss Deduction

July 5, 2017

Obtaining a casualty loss on personal property can be tough because of the limitations imposed by law. But if your personal automobile is involved in an accident, there may be a way to salvage a business tax deduction. Click "Full Article" for the details.

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Sharing Tax Issues in the Sharing Economy

June 7, 2017

Mobile apps and online platforms have revolutionized the way many businesses offer services to consumers. Examples of the so-called "Gig" are widespread — from ride sharing and vacation rentals to on-demand housekeeping and legal advice. If you decide to jump on the sharing economy bandwagon, it's important to understand the tax rules for recognizing income, making estimated payments and deducting legitimate business expenses.

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Fall Back on Bad Debt Deductions

June 7, 2017

No matter what the economic climate is, you may have some customers who don't pay their bills. As a last resort, you may be able to at least get a tax break for business bad debts. This article explains the basic rules.

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