The Tax Reform Act of 2017 gave us the new Section 199A pass-through deduction—a valuable tax deduction available to many businesses, including those in the restaurant and hospitality industry. It also gave us some eligibility requirements that have to be met to take the deduction.
The new tax law contains some of the biggest changes we’ve seen in tax policy in the last 30 years. Some of the changes will be beneficial to your business and some will not. Our goal is to help you sort them out to maximize the benefits to your business and plan for the changes.
Pizza operators got a break from most commodity prices last week, which turns out to be a particularly good thing since three of the four brands monitored here lost a chunk of value over the five days. The exception? Surprise! Papa John's.
Changing weather, politics and consumer demand could foreshadow equally changing commodity and stock prices in the weeks ahead. This week though values for most pizza staple ingredients fell, though most brand values did too.
Commodity and pizza stock prices were a true blend of good and bad news last week with the bright spots in this week's report revolving around a plentiful cheese supply and healthy crude oil inventories.
Contemplating going cashless, accepting Bitcoin and adding online and mobile payment options are just a few decisions restaurateurs and retailers are facing these days, but making those decisions just got easier.
It's round, like the pies it is designed to hold, costs more than cardboard boxes and is made of something that's usually thrown away. But PizzaRound may just be the answer to a whole list of problems created by traditional cardboard pizza boxes.