The domestic production activities deduction (DPAD) also known as the Section 199 Deduction is intended to encourage domestic manufacturing. In fact, it’s often referred to as the “manufacturer's’ deduction.” But many types of businesses other than traditional manufacturing companies can use this potentially valuable tax break.
Seasoned tax experts walk clients through the complicated process Section 199 deductions require, including analyzing, calculating, and managing the DPAD.
Businesses with eligible activities may be able to deduct 9% of their taxable income from these activities.
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Samantha A. Wimmer, CPAAs a partner in Wipfli's Tax Practice, Samantha specializes in corporate taxation, accounting methods, domestic production activities deduction, and tax research and advice. Clients appreciate her attention to detail and her ability to apply appropriate tax strategies to help them succeed.