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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…

10 Reasons to Consider Forming an LLC
January 18, 2017

10 Reasons to Consider Forming an LLC

If you’re starting a business, or already have a growing small business, you might be wondering about the different business structures available to you. This is an important decision, because…

The First Rule of Mediation: Know What You Want!
November 27, 2014

The First Rule of Mediation: Know What You Want!

In many legal disputes, mediation can be helpful to both parties involved in the conflict. By avoiding court proceedings, both plaintiff and defendant can often avoid higher attorney’s fees, save…

When Should Mediation Begin?
September 28, 2014

When Should Mediation Begin?

In any legal conflict, mediation may ultimately pave the way to a solution. It can shorten the length of the conflict, save money for both involved parties, and often provides…

What If Mediation Fails?
June 13, 2014

What If Mediation Fails?

  In many conflicts, it is helpful to hire an attorney to represent your interests in a mediation rather than jumping straight into an expensive, time-consuming court battle. Mediation often…

Common 1031 Exchange Myths Dispelled
April 9, 2014

Common 1031 Exchange Myths Dispelled

You may have heard talk about 1031 Exchanges, and how they can potentially save you big money at tax time. That is true, but the rules governing 1031 Exchanges are…

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