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January 2014
Tax attorneys can represent individuals and business taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service.  What allows tax attorneys to act on behalf of and represent these taxpayers?  The answer is, a Power of Attorney, and for tax purposes before the Internal Revenue Service, specifically, Form 2848. Form 2848 is titled Power of Attorney and Declaration of...
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What is Form 941?  This is a common question many small business owners will ask tax attorneys.  Form 941, is a federal tax form titled, Employers Quarterly Federal Tax Return.  This form is filed quarterly by an employer to report wages paid and wages withheld.   –          1st Quarter covers January through March and is...
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Many small businesses may have been formed and operated as a C Corporation.  Thereafter, for taxation reasons or other purposes the shareholders, officers and/or directors may deem it more appropriate for the business to operate as another entity such as an S Corporation.  Under such circumstances, our small business attorneys are asked what tax carryovers...
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A partnership is a very common entity format for a small business.  Small business owners can form a partnership as a general partnership, limited partnership, limited liability limited partnership (LLLP) and a limited liability company (LLC) is a partnership as well.  The treatment of partnership liabilities can have large impact to the taxation of the...
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Previously a Denver small business attorney from The McGuire Law Firm has drafted articles and discussed corporate articles of incorporation that are filed with the Colorado Secretary of State.  Now a business attorney now wishes to discuss another corporate document, the corporate bylaws.  The article below has been drafted by a Denver small business attorney...
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Many clients will ask their tax attorney and business attorney, what is a Schedule SE and why do I need to file a Schedule SE?  The article below has been drafted by a Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to provide background on, and explain a Schedule SE. Schedule SE is used to...
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Previous articles have been drafted regarding the impact of a deficit restoration obligation on recourse debt and loss allocation and the impact of a deficit restoration obligation on equity allocations.  As a Denver small business attorney, John McGuire would like to discuss one more issue regarding a deficit restoration obligation and a Limited Liability Company,...
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Many small business owners ask their tax attorneys and business attorneys what type of tax return they need to have prepared and filed with the Internal Revenue Service.  The article below has been drafted by a Denver small business attorney regarding common tax returns and forms filed by small businesses. If you are a sole...
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In a previous article by The McGuire Law Firm, a Denver small business attorney discussed the equity generated rules relating to deficit restoration obligations.  In addition to these equity rules, there are more complex issues and considerations to make regarding a deficit restoration obligation’s impact in respect to a limited liability company debt that is...
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In general, as a Denver small business attorney, I would recommend that most small businesses consider a pass through entity for their business ventures.  If a business is operating as a C Corporation, the business may be able to make the S Corporation election.  However, a business entity may not qualify as a “small business”...
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