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Law 4 All Summer Sales Event Is Happening Now!

20% off online products and services this 4th of July weekend. Enter Coupon Code: LAW4ALL20 at checkout. Now is your chance to save on the services and products you need for your business! Human Resource Services, Business Formations, Contract Review, Attorney Consultations, Trademarks, Copyrights and much, much more! Some exclusions apply. Check out our terms […]

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A Tax Lawyer Weighs In On COVID-19 Stimulus Payment and More

The CARES Act/COVID-19 mean there are new considerations when it comes to taxes this year… Are the $1,200 stimulus checks taxable? Will recipients have to repay that money at some point? Quick answers: The $1,200 payments are technically “advance refundable tax credits”, much like the Affordable Care Act subsidies, and are not taxable as income. […]

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Selling Goods in Different States: South Dakota v Wayfair, Inc

In the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., the Supreme Court of the United States allowed the State of South Dakota, under a law it had passed, to require Wayfair (a popular online sales company) to collect and pay South Dakota sales tax even though Wayfair had no “economic nexus” to the state of […]

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Marriage and Taxes: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

For many people, marriage is a blessed start to a new chapter in life. Unfortunately, for many people, marriage can often come with an unexpected tax bill. Here are a few key things that newlyweds should know about marriage and taxes before tying the knot. Your tax bill could go down For many couples who […]

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Operating Agreements and Taxes: What You Need to Know

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As you may have gathered from some of our previous articles (for example, read “Does your LLC have a proper Operating Agreement?” and “Important clauses for LLC Operating Agreements“), the Operating Agreement is the foundation of any limited liability company. If yours is missing a lot of key terms and conditions, or, even worse, if […]

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Capital Loss and Leaving a Partnership

Everyone who’s ever started a business will tell you that any new business venture involves risks. Sometimes it’s the risk of a capital loss of everything you have invested, or sometimes it’s the risk of spending countless hours trying to build something that just won’t stand on its own. Sometimes it’s the risk that your […]

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Banking and the Small Business Owner

The Corporate Veil:  Don’t pierce it! “Piercing the Corporate Veil” refers to the situation when a court puts aside the protections that are normally associated with an incorporation.  The very reason you went to the trouble and expense to incorporate in the first place will be rendered void if you do not routinely exercise a […]

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A S Corporation May Help You Save a Lot in Taxes

If you’re familiar with the different types of businesses out there, you’ve probably heard something about an S Corporation or “S-Corps”. Maybe a friend or colleague told you about some of their benefits, and maybe you’re even thinking about making one. Before you do, it’s important to understand why an S-Corp can be so beneficial […]

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