Ari Benjamin Good’s Guides

Ari Benjamin Good

Miami Tax Lawyer.

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  1. Top 10 Reasons to Register Your Copyright

    Written by attorney Ari Good, over 1 year ago.

    The sheer act of creating an original piece of art makes it yours and yours alone. That unique beat, the words to a song, steps to a dance, or outline to a TV pilot: Its your intellectual property. This property, like real estate or a bank account, holds value and you should prot...

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  2. Tax Resolution - Not Currently Collectible

    Written by attorney Ari Good, over 1 year ago.

    In conclusion to our tax resolution series, we review an IRS classification of Not Currently Collectible as another option to deal with a tax problem. This is available for taxpayers who do not have the ability to pay any portion of their back taxes. A taxpayer in this situatio...

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  3. Tax Resolution - Offer in Compromise

    Written by attorney Ari Good, almost 2 years ago.

    Continuing our series in tax resolution, we take a look the option of an Offer in Compromise. An offer in compromise (OIC) is an agreement between the IRS and you that settles your tax debt for less than the full amount of federal tax owed. If you can fully pay the federal tax b...

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  4. Tax Resolution – Partial Payment Installment Agreement

    Written by attorney Ari Good, almost 2 years ago.

    Last week we took an in depth look at the Installment Agreement as an option if you owe back income taxes. This week, we review the Partial Payment Installment Agreement as another option to resolve your tax problem. This option is relatively new; the IRS implemented it in 2005 f...

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  5. An Introduction To Copyright Law

    Written by attorney Ari Good, almost 2 years ago.

    Copyright law is a body of federal law that protects original works of expression such as songs, musical compositions, photographs, and books, etc. created by musicians, DJs, artists and authors. Copyright protection gives the creator exclusive rights to copy, distribute, and sel...

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  6. Tax Resolution – Installment Agreement

    Written by attorney Ari Good, almost 2 years ago.

    Last week we discussed your potential options for resolving outstanding tax debt. Now were going to take an in depth look at one such option: an Installment Agreement. This arrangement essentially consists of making an offer to pay off the tax debt with a series of monthly pay...

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  7. Overview of Tax Resolution Options

    Written by attorney Ari Good, almost 2 years ago.

    Prior to choosing the best option for resolving outstanding tax debt, the first step is accurately determining how much you owe. If you have failed to file past or current tax returns, penalties for late filing and interest will continue to accrue until you do file all returns. ...

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  8. Aircraft Federal Excise Tax Audits - What To Know

    Written by attorney Ari Good, almost 2 years ago.

    When it comes to aviation federal excise taxes two things typically come to mind: (i) fuel taxes; (ii) taxes on transportation that up to this point have mainly been mostly the province of Parts 135 and 121 operators. By way of background, Section 4261(a) of the Internal Revenue ...

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  9. What to Do with Net Operating Losses

    Written by attorney Ari Good, over 3 years ago.

    What is a “net operating loss” (NOL)? An NOL is the excess of business deductions (computed with certain modifications) over gross income in a particular tax year. A deduction is allowed for that los

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  10. Federal Income Tax Benefits Of Aircraft Ownership

    Written by attorney Ari Good, almost 4 years ago.

    What Are The Key Tax Provisions That Relate To Business Aircraft? The President recently signed into law the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010, which extends the “bonus depreciation” provisions under I

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