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For parents, and especially new parents, are you sure you have claimed all of your applicable family/child tax benefits?
Without having a grasp on the pertinent tax laws, attorneys may feel like wanderers in the desert, trying to escape the dangers that may lurk in the mistakes of failed estate plans.
Attending a convention, seminar or other meeting in the North American area may qualify as a business expense, depending on the facts and circumstances of each case.
Highlights of the March 2015 Contra Costa Lawyer Tax Law edition include articles on IRS audits, immigration, same-sex taxes, marijuana tax and more.
Although it is not widely recognized state-to-state, the ruling in Windsor initiated some guidance with respect to federal law, and how same-sex couples should be filing their federal income tax returns.
Promptly consult your tax advisor for your response to the interview request. In almost every case, you should have professional assistance at the interview.
The failure to confirm the tax filing and payment compliance status of the corporate client can have disastrous results.
Will this reform help our economic crisis, and will more undocumented people come out of the shadows, and report their yearly taxes?
Requiring income to be reported and taxed, while prohibiting a deduction for expenses against this income, can be catastrophic for many small businesses that sell marijuana.
For taxpayers who have AGI below $60,000, there are many free filing options for completing and filing a federal income tax return.
Are Uber and Lyft rideshare companies simply competing more effectively in the market, or are they competing unfairly?
Highlights of the March 2014 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include tax articles on OICs, QDROs, foreign asset taxes, and more.
As we head into tax season, this is a great time to look at some of the tax changes affecting our family law cases. This article will discuss a few of the interesting tax rulings from 2013.
While the 30 percent withholding is a familiar concept with respect to payments to foreign persons, the new withholding regime under FATCA adds several new complexities.
California outnumbers the United States three to one. How did this happen?