Legal Advice for “Tax Exemption” — 108 results
Written by attorney Michael Van Cise, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Use a commercial carrier with delivery confirmation or USPS certified mail or delivery confirmation By getting delivery confirmation, you will know immediately when the Internal Revenue... more
Written by attorney Rehan Alimohammad, over 3 years ago. STAFF PICK
The Homestead Exemption is a commonly misunderstood
legal matter. There are actually two
separate and distinct legal issues that are both referred to as Homestead
Exemption. A Homestead... more
Written by attorney Michael DeBlis, 4 months ago.
Contrary to popular belief, the IRS doesn’t want to throw you in jail. Criminal investigations consume a lot of resources, take time, and are expensive. For most people, a criminal... more
Written by attorney Robert Suhajda, over 3 years ago.
If an estate's total deductions in its last tax year are more than its gross income for that year, the beneficiaries succeeding to the estate's property can deduct the excess. Do not... more
Written by attorney John Knobelsdorf, about 1 year ago.
Consider the Money From Becoming Tax-Exempt
The Internal Revenue Code sub-section that applies is: 501(c)(4). It refers to Social Welfare Organizations. Generally, the... more
Written by attorney Mark Campanella, over 1 year ago.
For those with significant enough estates, new guidance issued by the Internal Revenue Service relative to estate-tax law changes that Congress passed late in 2010 will come as welcome news.... more
Written by attorney Daniel Friedson, about 1 year ago.
This checklist of questions for nonprofit organizations is intended to be basic rather than comprehensive. It does not cover a lot. Always consult an attorney before starting the 501(c)(3)... more
Written by attorney Katherine Flood, over 1 year ago.
Do you have kids? Do you have an ex (or a soon-to-be ex)? If so, then you have some figuring-out to do, because it is tax time, and who gets the tax credits for the kids is one of the most... more
Written by attorney Frank Natoli, over 1 year ago.
Non-Profits as Businesses
Have you been considering whether to start a non-profit versus a for-profit company? Operating as a non-profit does not mean that the principals in the... more
Written by Avvo Staff, over 3 years ago.
If you own property, then you must pay property taxes or face the legal consequences. However, there are certain situations in which you may be legally eligible for property tax exemptions.... more