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February 2014
I can deduct my medical and dental expenses, right?  This is common statement, or question asked of a tax attorney.  The answer is, yes, you can but there are limitations.  The article below has been drafted by a Denver tax lawyer at The McGuire Law Firm regarding the deduction of medical and dental expenses. Medical...
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If you are asking what is the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty, it is likely that you own a business and that your business owes 941 taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.  If you find yourself in this situation, it is recommended that you contact a tax lawyer or tax professional.  Owing 941 taxes to the...
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Small business owners may inquire as to their ability to convert a corporation to a limited liability company (LLC).  A small business attorney at The McGuire Law Firm has drafted the article below to outline some basic issues concerning a corporate conversion.  Prior to converting your corporation, it is recommended that you consult with a...
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With so many different types of tax returns, tax forms and tax schedules, many people get confused as to what each tax return or form is and if they are required to file such tax return.  The article below has been drafted by a Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to outline common...
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If you owe taxes to the Internal Revenue Service, a Collection Due Process Hearing may be available to you and may be a valuable “tool” and option to resolve your IRS tax debt.  The article below, drafted by a Denver tax lawyer at The McGuire Law Firm will discuss what a Collection Due Process Hearing...
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As a business attorney, I have had many clients in my office who are ready to start a business.  They have a wonderful business plan, they have the capital and they are ready to begin. But yet, they ask, “how do I form an LLC?”  The article below has been drafted by a Denver business...
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You owe taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.  You know you owe taxes to the Internal Revenue Service and you have received notices from the Internal Revenue Service.  However, you have been scared and unable to pay the tax debt so you have not contacted the IRS or established an agreement to resolve the tax...
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Estate planning attorneys are likely to receive the question, “what are testamentary assets?”  Many people are aware of the terms will, testamentary and probate.  Further, many people are aware that there are means by which to avoid probate, but they still do not fully understand what a testamentary asset is.  The article below has been...
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There are several business entities that are essentially disregarded as separate from their owners for the purposes of federal taxation.  When analyzing the formation of or conversion to such entities, it is necessary to deem the transaction to allow an end result.  When a disregarded entity is involved, the deemed transaction is a liquidation.  Typically,...
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Many people, including family, friends, clients and potential clients will ask, what is a tax lawyer?  A tax lawyer is not necessarily preparing tax returns all day.  Tax law is applicable in almost every area of law.  Ask yourself: what aspect of the law does not involve tax?  The sale of a business involves tax...
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