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One of the most common questions I am asked in my practice as a tax attorney is “How do I write off my car?” Sure, most of you may be thinking that this seems like a basic question for a tax attorney to deal with, but nothing is too basic when it comes to the tax code. Because I get ...

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When I have conversations with individuals in a professional setting, they will often ask what type of attorney I am, to which I respond, “A Tax Attorney.” Without fail, the two most likely options for their next reply are; “Why taxes?” or “How can I avoid getting audited?” To the first question, taxes aren’t all that bad. In fact, there ...

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I can recall, in my youth, going to my grandparent’s house and watching the old-time tale of Alice in Wonderland. For those of you familiar with the tale, there was a little white rabbit that seemed to be in a hurry exclaiming “I’m late, I’m late, for a very Important date!” You see, the rabbit faced harsh penalties if he ...

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Most of us business owners have taken a look at the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and thought to ourselves, “How will this affect me?” Then, as I’m sure all you business owners did, you googled the 429 page text, pulled up a chair and dove right in. Those of you that were able to complete your morning task, ...

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As information becomes more readily available, we, as a society are forced to endure those who would use that information to gain access to our most intimate details. As Francis Bacon, the 16th-century politician/author stated: "Opportunity makes a thief."

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