Legal Articles, Tax

House Judiciary Hearing: Exploring Alternative Solutions on the Internet Sales Tax Issue

This is a synopsis of the March 12, 2014 congressional hearing on alternatives to the Marketplace Fairness Act, and a legal analysis of the the due process problems with the Marketplace Fairness Act.

LLC Taxed as S Corporation in Colorado

Many people ask whether a single-member LLC taxed as S corporation is a good play? This article discusses when it is appropriate to have an LLC taxed as S corporation, and how to accomplish this task.

Taxation of Online Commerce

Examination of the application of tax laws to internet transactions.

Jones v. Comissioner: Employment Related Awards Under Section 74

Jones v. Commissioner was an important case for section 74 Employment Awards.

Avoid future Penalties & the Tax Gap for your business by getting tax help.

It is very important to avoid all types of tax penalties. Failing to pay taxes or underpaying taxes can lead to you paying penalties. If you don’t pay enough by the due date of each payment period then you are becoming liable for a penalty.

How to gear up for tax law changes rolling out in 2014 by NYC Tax Advisors

These changes will have at least some impact on all individual and family policy holders and will also affect grandfathered policies that were effective on or before March 23, 2010.

Did You Know that God Commanded Bankruptcy Every Seven Years?

In the Old Testament God commanded that all debts in the entire nation of Israel be cancelled every seven years to keep people free, prevent financial slavery and keep people from becoming too materialistic and uncaring about other people. God would bless them to cancel. Bankruptcy is not evil.

Taxes Can Be Discharged in Bankruptcy

Certain Federal Income Taxes and Other types of Taxes (Property, Sales, Excise, Gift Taxes), can be Discharged (Cancelled and Eliminated) in a personal Bankruptcy case.

Fulton County Bd. of Tax Assessors v. Calliope Properties, LLC

Fulton County appeals award of attorney's fees granted in ad valorem property tax appeal case.

Sherman v. Fulton County Board of Assessors et al.

4-3 decision of the Supreme Court of Georgia, reversing the trial court, completely decimating the sham, "phantom" bond financing structure practiced in Georgia, geared solely towards affording an unconstitutional tax abatement in favor of the developer/lessee.

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