Can a Good Tax Attorney Really Help Reduce Your Taxes?

The answer is a very strong YES. Whether the case involves a failure to file tax returns, the failure to pay all of the taxes that are owed for prior years, the involvement in a bad investment, a spouse who did not pay all of the family’s tax, or a troublesome audit of your return, [...]

By |2021-04-13T10:56:22-04:00|Business Taxes, IRS, News, Tax Collections, Tax Penalties|Comments Off on Can a Good Tax Attorney Really Help Reduce Your Taxes?

The Taxpayer Bill of Rights Series: The Right to Quality Service

[This article is the second in a series of articles covering the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.] The Taxpayer Bill of Rights is a cornerstone document that highlights the fundamental rights taxpayers have when dealing with the IRS. The IRS continues to publicly highlight these rights to taxpayers and regularly reminds its employees about these rights as it [...]

By |2021-04-13T10:57:33-04:00|Business Taxes, IRS, IRS Administrative Appeal, Taxpayer Bill of Rights|Comments Off on The Taxpayer Bill of Rights Series: The Right to Quality Service

The Taxpayer Bill of Rights Series: The Right to be Informed

[This article is the first in a series of articles covering the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.] The Taxpayer Bill of Rights is a cornerstone document that highlights the fundamental rights taxpayers have when dealing with the IRS. The IRS continues to publicly highlight these rights to taxpayers and regularly reminds its employees about these rights [...]

By |2021-04-13T10:59:10-04:00|Business Taxes, IRS, IRS Administrative Appeal, Taxpayer Bill of Rights|Comments Off on The Taxpayer Bill of Rights Series: The Right to be Informed

Changes in the 2018 Tax Code Could Impact Small Businesses

The IRS law 2018 Tax Code have made some significant changes regarding small business. As a small business owner, you must regularly think about IRS law and taxes. Staying current on tax changes and adjusting your business model to reflect such tax changes is important. Compliance with tax laws can make or break a small [...]

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When To File Bankruptcy

Should I File Bankruptcy Now Or Wait? Declaring bankruptcy is an intimidating action. Many people who face the decision decide to blindly take the plunge and report it without considering if they should wait or not. However, it is wiser to wait to declare bankruptcy in certain situations. In these particular cases, filing bankruptcy too [...]

By |2017-08-02T04:28:38-04:00|Business Taxes, Estate Planning|0 Comments

10 Questions Answered about Charging Sales Tax in Georgia

Does My Business Need To Charge Sales Tax? Online sellers and small businesses want to know if they have to concern themselves with sales tax, and if, so what is the best way to tackle sales tax in Georgia? Do you need to collect Georgia sales tax? What types of transactions or customers should you [...]

By |2021-05-17T10:59:52-04:00|Business Taxes, Sales Tax|0 Comments

How To Buy or Sell a Small Business

Buying or Selling a Small Business The sale or the purchase of a small business will typically be an asset purchase or a stock purchase. To make an asset purchase, the buyer will purchase all or some of the business owners’ assets. Buyers favor this type of transaction because it will give the buyer inventory [...]

Benefits and Drawbacks of Different Types of Business Entities

Benefits and Drawbacks of Different Types of Business Entities Before starting a business, you will need to determine which category of business entity you will require. The business structure will rely on many different factors. The goal of the business, the workforce you will have, and other factors. Each type of business entity has pros [...]

By |2020-09-16T08:23:23-04:00|Business Structure, Business Taxes|Comments Off on Benefits and Drawbacks of Different Types of Business Entities