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Divorce, Taxes, and Your Estate Plan

Blog post on the interlinking topics of divorce, tax, and estates.

IRS Basics: Churches

A Brief Overview of 501(c)(3) & Religious Organizations

Sales Tax and Service-based Income in Colorado

A brief overview of sales tax and service-based income.

Trespass warnings prohibit you from returning to a casino

If you receive a trespass warning citation from security at a hotel or casino you will be either arrested or cited again if you return to the premises.

Nondischargeability of "trust" taxes

Employers who fail to remit withheld amounts from their employees are not entitled to a discharge in bankruptcy, ever.

ASSET PROTECTION: Offshore vs. Domestic Trust (Int’l Persons)

This is a continuation of the discussion in Part I of this series regarding the advantages and disadvantages of two common asset protection techniques: offshore entities/accounts, and the US asset protection trust.

TAXJAMS: Simple Solutions

This book is a self-help guide for taxpayers to settle their tax liabilities.

Advice for Purchasing a Home and Other Real Estate

This article is designed to help non-lawyers understand how to have the best experience as a real estate purchaser, owner, seller and investor.

Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act

In 1980, Congress enacted the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act (FIRPTA), 26 U.S.C.S. 1445. The law provides that if a seller of real property is a "foreign person," the buyer must withhold a tax equal to 10% of the gross purchase price, unless an exemption applies under the law.

Three Things You Should Never Say To The IRS

IRS/Tax Lawyer Jeffrey T. Jones discusses how you must be very careful about what you say to the IRS during a dispute.

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