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January 2018 Archives

Speculation abounds as to how the Supreme Court will rule

In a prior post, we highlighted the question of how broad the term “obstruction of justice” could be construed in the context of bringing criminal charges for continuing failures to file federal tax returns. We noted that the owner of a freight service company was indicted on nine counts of tax related offenses, including a violation of Section 7212(a) of the Tax Code, which calls for criminal sanctions upon anyone who “corruptly…obstructs or impedes or endeavors to obstruct or impede the due administration of the Internal Revenue Code.”

Why you should still be aware of 'The Wealth Squad'

With tax reform signed into law, many business owners are optimistic about what 2018 will bring. A substantially lower tax rate could mean substantial savings come April 2019. Of course, businesspeople want to pay only as much as they legally owe in taxes; and if they can avoid paying additional taxes, they will.

Why equipment deductions are important

We want to begin this post by wishing our readers a Happy New Year, and a happy and prosperous 2018. Part of achieving that goal involves the proper preparation of business tax returns. While the April 15 federal income tax filing deadline is months away, tax season can be very busy for tax attorneys, accountants and business owners alike. So it is important to plan diligently. In doing so, it is important to maximize the deductions afforded by the U.S. Tax Code. With this post, we will highlight the importance of properly writing off furniture and technology used in a business. 

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