Legal Advice for Sales Tax — 40 results
Written by attorney John Ralls, about 1 year ago.
A Landowner's Guide to Tax A tax report showing the assessment and payment of ad valorem taxes assessed against the captioned property from the tax sale to the current date. report A copy... more
Written by attorney Frederick Walker, over 1 year ago.
A sales tax is a tax collected from a customer by a seller of goods or services. Sales taxes are classified as trust fund taxes in Texas because the business is required to collect the tax... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, over 4 years ago.
If you are in a Short sale or are contemplating such a transaction make sure that you know the tax consequences first. When you sale a property short this means that you are not repaying... more
Written by attorney Evan A Nielsen, over 2 years ago.
Its a common situation. You found a great real estate deal, borrowed the money to purchase it from a lender, who was all too willing to give you the maximum amount possible. Then the bottom... more
Written by attorney Rehan Alimohammad, over 4 years ago.
Texas Sales Tax Procedure Sales tax audits in Texas can be generated from leads obtained while performing audits of other taxpayers, from reports required by Texas HB 11, newspaper... more
Written by attorney Scott Hayward, about 5 years ago.
An area of major concern in any short sale or
foreclosure is whether the cancellation of the debt from a first or second
mortgage will result in a taxable consequence. The tax code is... more
Written by attorney Matthew Quick, over 3 years ago.
We seek to save, even while spending. With a little estate planning, we can continue this trend by saving on the tax imposed on the sale of our main home. It is understood that most of us... more
Written by attorney Erick J. Bohlman, over 3 years ago.
Generally speaking, debt that was forgiven as a result of a short sale or foreclosure on a residence is not considered income to you for tax purposes. However, many former homeowners are... more
Written by attorney Tazewell Shepard, about 1 year 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 Thomas J. West, over 1 year ago.
Often Colorado Companies wonder whether they need to collect (and then remit) sales tax for the services they provide. The simple answer, NO. Tangible Personal Property Sales tax is... more