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Taxpayers often overlook “partial asset dispositions.” Their tax advisers do too. This may be due to it being a depreciation issue ..read more
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The attorney-client privilege projects confidential communications with attorneys. It allows the attorney to avoid disclosing protected ..read more
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Can you make a gift to charity but retain the right to pull back the value of the gift in the future, and still get a charitable deduction ..read more
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If a taxpayer forms a legal entity and it is taxed as a C corporation, can the IRS disregard the legal existence of the corporation and ..read more
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What happens if you sell an asset and are to receive payments in the future, but your accountant fails to elect the installment method? Do ..read more
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If a third party collects monies for you and send you a report reflecting the monies but the reports show too much income, should you be ..read more
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The IRS levy is one of the IRS’s primary methods for collecting unpaid taxes. But the levy power is not unlimited. The IRS levy can ..read more
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If a company acquires another company and pays a finders fee to the party who connected the two for the sale, is the finders fee ..read more
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If someone gives you property and then dies and more than ten years has passed since the gift, can the IRS sue you to collect the amount ..read more
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Sometimes you can’t avoid paying state income taxes. This is true for those who have no ties to any state other than a state that has an ..read more

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