Russ: This is the PKF Texas Entrepreneur’s Playbook. I am Russ Capper, this week’s guest host, and I’m here with Brian Baumler, Energy Practice Leader at PKF Texas and the Chair of the upcoming 14th Annual Houston CPA Society Energy Conference. Also with us is Casey Stewart, Chief Accounting Officer of Deep Gulf Energy Companies and Coordinating Director of the Energy Committee for the chapter. Guys, welcome to the Playbook.

Brian: Pleasure to be here Russ, thank you.

Casey: Thanks for having us.


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The accountants and business advisors at PKF Texas have been proudly serving the energy industry since 1986 and understand the types of challenges and opportunities energy companies face. From downstream to upstream and oil field services, exploration/production and all the way to alternative energy, our team is here to assist energy companies as they make


Russ: Hi, I’m Russ Capper with The BusinessMakers Show and we’re here to talk about the 13th Annual Houston CPA Society Energy Conference and I’m here with Brian Baumler, Audit Director and head of the Energy Practice at PKF Texas and also Chairman of the conference; Brian, welcome.

Brian: Thank you Russ, appreciate

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Russ: This is the PKF Texas Entrepreneur’s Handbook. I’m Russ Capper, this week’s guest host. I’m here once again with Kenneth Guidry, President of PKF Texas; welcome back to the Playbook Kenneth.

Kenneth: Always good to be here Russ.

Russ: You bet. So last time I was here I heard stories about

Russ: This is the PKF Texas Entrepreneur’s Playbook. I’m Russ Capper, this week’s guest host, and I’m here with Kenneth Guidry, President of PKF Texas. Kenneth, welcome to your playbook.

Kenneth: Good to be here Russ.

Russ: You bet. So I recently had the opportunity to interview you for The BusinessMakers Show

The manufacturers’ deduction, also called the “Section 199” or “domestic production activities” deduction, is 9% of the lesser of qualified production activities income or taxable income. The deduction is also limited to 50% of W-2 wages paid by the taxpayer that are allocatable to domestic production gross receipts.

Yes, the deduction is available to traditional