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Year: 2018


Posted in Firm News on July 3, 2018

Sexual Harassment and businesses

Posted in Firm News on June 26, 2018

In today’s climate with numerous sexual harassment claims filed, it should be noted that all companies must, I repeat must take all sexual harassment issues seriously!  In fact, the IRS is taking sexual harassment so seriously that any business that settles a sexual discrimination or harassment claim cannot deduct the payment or attorney fees that are subject… (Keep reading)


Posted in Firm News on June 11, 2018

Don’t Forget to Vote Tomorrow! 6/12/18

Sale of Home Requirements

Posted in Firm News on June 8, 2018

If you own your home but are unable to take care of yourself, here is something to think about. A taxpayer who has owned and used their home as their principle residence for at least 2 out of the 5 years leading up to the sale can exclude $250,000 or $500,000 if married on the… (Keep reading)

Tax year 2018

Posted in Firm News on May 29, 2018

The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act increased the Standard Deduction for Married Filing Jointly is now $24,000; for Head of Household it is now $18,000 and for Single taxpayers or Married Filing separately, it is $12,000. With these changes, it is expected that more taxpayers will be choosing to take the Standard Deduction instead… (Keep reading)

Happy Memorial Day!!!

Posted in Firm News on May 25, 2018

Have a wonderful Memorial Day !!!

Starting A New Business

Posted in Firm News on May 23, 2018

Starting a new Business can be very exciting and daunting endeavor.  There are few things you will want to think about when formatting a new business. The key to obtaining financing for your business, whether through a banking institution or private investors is to have a good concise business plan. A good business plan consists of a… (Keep reading)

Why Do You Need A Registered Agent?

Posted in Firm News on May 18, 2018

Nevada Requires businesses to have a registered agent. A registered agent is a responsible party designated to receive service of process notices, correspondence from the Secretary of State and other official notifications. A registered agent can give you peace of mind knowing that you will not miss receiving an important notice or have to accept official documents… (Keep reading)