Legal Advice for “Sale of Business” — 129 results
Written by attorney Tazewell Shepard, 2 months ago.
This guide will briefly define and summarize the concept of nexus for state and local sales taxes. What is Nexus? Nexus means the minimum level or amount of connections with the state that... more
Written by attorney Bryan D. Dixon, 9 months ago.
If you have been audited by the Nevada Department of Taxation and you disagree with the auditor's findings, you can dispute the findings as long as you meet the following requirements.
Written by attorney Sagar P. Parikh, 7 months ago.
California is one of the most popular states in the country for starting a new business. There are many considerations that are necessary when starting a business here. Incorporating a... more
Written by attorney James Schroeder, almost 3 years ago.
Kevin Post, Business Editor for my local paper, the Atlantic City Press, wrote an article for today's Sunday edition you can find it here. The article reported that people are LESS... more
Written by attorney Robert Suhajda, over 3 years ago.
Generally, sales taxes are not deductible on Schedule A. However, for Tax Years 2005 to 2010 if you file a Form 1040 and itemize deductions on Schedule A, you have the option of claiming... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, over 3 years ago.
When you sell your home you must determine whether you have a gain or loss for income tax purposes.
According to the Internal Revenue Service Gain/Loss is computed as follows:
To figure... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, almost 3 years ago.
If you own a business in California and have been paying any kind of attention to the business tax environment over the past year, you have noticed that the State Board of Equalization (BOE)... more
Written by attorney Sean Hanley, almost 3 years ago.
Note that the tax basis of the home, which determines the gain and loss and therefore the tax ramifications you will face, is the value of the home at the date of death of the person... more
Written by attorney Joan M Bundy, about 3 years ago.
A new state law may be a rude awakening for Arizonans who avoid paying sales taxes by buying merchandise online. Arizona HB 2332, which took effect July 20, 2011, requires individuals to... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, almost 4 years ago.
Owners of closely held businesses can benefit for tax purposes with the
sale of the business to an intentionally defective grantor trust. This
is one of the most effective techniques to... more