Harry W. Laughlin III (Wis)
Harry W. (Wis) Laughlin III
Wis is a 2017-21 Super Lawyer in Taxation, former IRS tax attorney and Accredited Estate Planner, ranked AV Preeminent 5/5 on Martindale.com.
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Tag Archives: business taxes
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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Mind Your Business WW 2016_7
Good News for self-employed taxpayers. In an effort to recover more taxes, the IRS is shifting away from auditing self-employed taxpayers (those who file Schedule C on their Form 1040. The IRS is instead focusing on auditing pass-through firms like … Continue reading
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Are you a commercial landlord? Are you planning to lease space for your business? You’ve rented apartments before, so a commercial lease can’t be too bad, can it? A commercial lease is great, if you don’t mind: paying a lot … Continue reading
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Should you use Wis for Tax Return Preparation?
As a tax attorney, am I too expensive for you? Not if your tax return contains any of the following. In that case, you will save far more taxes than I cost you: Schedule A — itemized deductions: tax, mortgage … Continue reading
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Business Tax Tips
Take control of your tax bill! Learn how to set up transactions for the lowest legal taxes. Wis combines tax, business and estate planning to achieve your goals. He may be the last professional you will ever need: Expert tax … Continue reading
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