Rod Mauszycki

DTN Tax Columnist
Rod Mauszycki

Rod Mauszycki is a principal in the Agribusiness and Cooperative group at CliftonLarsonAllen. He specializes in tax compliance, planning and research. Mauszycki has broad experience in corporate, partnership and individual tax matters including mergers and acquisitions, tax planning, succession/transition planning, tax return review and federal and state controversies. He earned a masters of business taxation at the University of Minnesota, bachelor of science degree from the University of Notre Dame and a law degree from Stetson University.

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  • On June 18, the Treasury Department released additional guidance for Section 199A that deals with patrons selling commodities to cooperatives. (DTN file photo)


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  • If high rent/poor yields or too much equipment is dragging down the rest of the farm, maybe now is the time to clean house, advises DTN Tax Columnist Rod Mauszycki. (DTN/Progressive Farmer file photo by Jim Patrico)


    With farm income projected to be 45% lower in 2019 than its peak in 2013, have you lowered your business and personal expenses by 45%?

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    With the lowering of C corporation tax rates, several clients have asked about corporate structure. In the past, the best choice was almost always an S corporation. But, the new tax law has made it a more difficult question to...

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    As I meet with clients and prospects post-tax season, one of the topics of conversation is entity choice. Sometimes, the entity choice does not match the client's needs. When asked why they picked that type of entity, I typically...