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As discussed previously in other articles, reorganizations can provide a way to restructure business entities or acquire others without experiencing high tax costs. In other words, reorganizations provide ways to accomplish business goals through tax free restructuring. One common method used is a forward triangular merger, or as some people refer to it, an indirect...
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Section 338 of the tax code can help resolve some of the issues created in stock sales in a way that benefits both buyers and sellers. Section 338 of the Internal Revenue Code provides a way to treat stock purchases as asset acquisitions for tax purposes only. In other words, under Internal Revenue Code §338(h)(10),...
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As a small business owner, we know that you do your best to keep costs to a minimum. One way to save money that many business owners overlook is tax deductions. Tax deductions that sole proprietors, partnerships, and LLCs may be able to take add up to a significant amount of savings. Understanding which deductions...
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Identity theft can result in tax related issues as well as financial problems, so it is important to respond immediately so that the IRS can correct any fraudulent issues. Depending on whether the taxpayer or IRS discovers the fraudulent activity determines how the case is handled.  This article has been prepared by a Denver tax...
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What is an abusive tax scheme?  You may have heard of a program or scheme that promises to eliminate or substantially lessen your tax burden and taxes due to the Internal Revenue Service.  A promoter of such a scheme is likely to use financial instruments such as a trust and/or pass through entities such as...
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Who are the owners of an LLC?  Although, limited liability companies have become an extremely popular form of business entity, many small business owners or people forming a start-up business are still unfamiliar with ownership and structure issues related to an LLC.  The article below has been prepared by a Denver business attorney to discusses...
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What are the FBAR statute of limitations for penalty assessments?  What other FBAR statutes should I be concerned about?  If you have failed to file your FBAR, also known as FinCEN Form 114, you may be asking yourself these questions.  The article below was prepared by a Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm...
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A limited liability company (LLC) is a popular choice of entity for many business owners in Colorado.  Further, many business owners in Colorado will form other forms of partnerships whether they actually mean to or not.  When forming the actual entity though many business owners are unaware of the statutory requirements to form the business...
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Many corporations may provide or distribute stock or stock rights to employees. When a corporation distributes it’s own stock, this would be referred to as a stock dividend and when a corporation grants stock rights, these are typically referred to as stock options. When individuals receive stock dividends and stock options, they generally will ask...
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When must I realize gain?  For the most part, it is easy to recognize when gain or loss has been realized, but at other times it may be hard to ascertain.  The article below has been prepared by a Denver tax attorney and business attorney to discuss gain or loss on certain property transaction and...
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