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Business Divorce and the Benefit of Buy-Sell Agreements
February 5, 2019

Business Divorce and the Benefit of Buy-Sell Agreements

Despite the name, a buy-sell agreement (sometimes referred to as a shareholder agreement or cross purchase agreement) doesn’t directly pertain to buying and selling a business in the traditional sense….

Which is Better: A Sole Proprietorship, Corporation or LLC?
January 11, 2019

Which is Better: A Sole Proprietorship, Corporation or LLC?

Many small businesses begin as a sole proprietorship. This is often the best choice early in the life of a small business. But over time, needs may change. Frequently, as…

A Little Known Gem in the Tax Code: Section 1042
May 8, 2018

A Little Known Gem in the Tax Code: Section 1042

For business owners evaluating wealth diversification and business succession alternatives can be a daunting and time consuming task. It is no secret that today’s business owners live in a complex…

What is Mediation?
March 21, 2018

What is Mediation?

Sometimes, when legal disagreements arise, one or both parties might suggest mediation before taking the case to a courtroom. Whether or not the case has already been filed with a…

The Final Word on The New Income Tax Plan
December 26, 2017

The Final Word on The New Income Tax Plan

After much discussion and speculation, Congress has now passed the much-anticipated tax revision bill. We have made an effort to keep you informed throughout this process, as various components of…

How the Proposed Tax Plan Affects Businesses
November 28, 2017

How the Proposed Tax Plan Affects Businesses

As we head into December, Congress and President Trump continue to hash out the details of a comprehensive tax reform bill. While we certainly can’t promise that every proposition contained…

Does My Family-Owned Corporation Need to Document Meeting Minutes?
October 26, 2017

Does My Family-Owned Corporation Need to Document Meeting Minutes?

It would probably not go over well for a large corporation like Petco to hold meetings and fail to record minutes. However, when you’re running a smaller company, especially if…

What is Cost Segregation and How Can It Help You?
September 19, 2017

What is Cost Segregation and How Can It Help You?

Income tax season can be rough on everyone, but it’s particularly complicated for commercial or residential real estate owners. Thanks to a system of complicated procedures, it is possible to…

6 Smart Tax-Planning Moves to Make by the End of the Year
September 5, 2017

6 Smart Tax-Planning Moves to Make by the End of the Year

Unless you’re the most dedicated accountant ever, no one enjoys tax season each spring. But, since income taxes are unavoidable, planning ahead is the best way to make the process…

Forming a Business: S-Corp or C-Corp?
February 10, 2017

Forming a Business: S-Corp or C-Corp?

When starting a new business, or deciding to change your existing structure, one of the biggest decisions you will face involves S-corporations versus C-corporations. Each type of corporate structure offers…

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