Category Archives: Business Law, Taxes

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MIND YOUR BUSINESS JUNE 2020

Small businesses are my favorite client, especially family businesses. Diane & David Bowling of Commercial Construction and Renovation, LLC , Jackson, TN, said about my tax preparation: Thank you! You truly are a “Super Lawyer.” New clients often come to … Continue reading

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The Tax WISard’s Thoughts for Investment Advisors June 2020

Taxpayers pay unnecessary taxes every year because they are ignorant of the tax laws. For example, a tax return client bragged to me about over $50,000 in dividends, all foreign companies. That client paid TWICE as much tax as he … Continue reading

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REAL ESTATE, INVESTMENTS Sept. 2019

Rental Real Estate Tax Strategies – more advanced Real estate rental properties can be a fine tax shelter and a satisfying way to build retirement income if you know what you are doing. However, watch out for the complexities. The … Continue reading

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MIND YOUR BUSINESS Sept. 2019

After you die, who will own your business? If you do nothing before you die, your business will pass as part of your estate, probably to your spouse. Is this what you want? More importantly, is this what your spouse … Continue reading

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Mind Your Business, June 2019

Small Business Are My Favorite Clients! I welcome Brother Junipers and DataMart, Inc. as new clients! Your One Stop Professional. As a former in-house counsel, Superlawyer in taxation and Accredited Estate Planner, I may be able to answer questions formerly … Continue reading

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Individual Tax Reform Headaches June ’19

Unexpected Refunds Or Taxes Due? Many of my clients ended up with unexpected refunds or taxes due for 2018. Consequently, they made poor decisions during 2018 based on having or not having those funds. It is clear that the withholding … Continue reading

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Who should prepare your taxes? June 2020

Were you afraid to prepare your return this year? Who do you trust to prepare your taxes? Can you trust the IRS? No! Recently the Taxpayer Advocate Service called the IRS toll-free helpline regarding the dependency exemptions and all the … Continue reading

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Mind your own business Oct. 2018

This and the next WealthWISe will open your eyes and fill your pocketbook! Tax Reform is generally good news for small businesses but in most cases, you have to know about a deduction and act to qualify for it. One … Continue reading

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MIND YOUR BUSINESS: May 2018

A reminder. As a former in-house counsel for an international software company, I can advise you on business transactions! In fact, I am working on two business sales even as we speak. TAX REFORM. Much of what I said about … Continue reading

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Mind Your Business WW2018_5

Full service: reminder. As a former in-house counsel, I can advise you on business transactions! In fact I am working on two business sales even as we speak. TAX REFORM. Much of what I said about withholding above applies as well … Continue reading

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