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Author: Ashworth Law

What Does Estate Planning Mean?

Posted in estate planning on November 12, 2021

If you are like most people, the term “estate planning” may conjure up images of wills and trusts. However, estate planning encompasses much more. It’s vital to understand the full spectrum of estate planning to begin preparing for your future and that of your loved ones. Estate planning can help ensure that your family will… (Keep reading)

“S” Corporation Changes

Posted in Firm News on September 16, 2019

For years an “S” Corporation was not able to have a non-resident alien be a shareholder.  However the treasury department has issued a regulation to amend regulations to electing small business trusts (ESBTs) that are grantors.

Remember 911

Posted in Firm News on September 11, 2019

Enjoy the Labor day weekend!

Posted in Firm News on August 30, 2019

Project 150 Luncheon

Posted in Firm News on July 30, 2019


Posted in Firm News on July 24, 2019

Imagine that you have just had a major health problem that put you into the hospital and you are incapacitated.  The hospital will only allow two contacts to have an information code to talk to the Doctors. Who gets them?  How does the hospital know?  What can be done to make sure that the information… (Keep reading)

What is Bookeeping ?

Posted in Firm News on July 12, 2019

⇢Importance of Bookkeeping⇠ What is Bookkeeping? noun – [b oo k-kee-ping]:  The work or skill of keeping account books or systematic records of money transactions (distinguished from accounting). Key Components of Bookkeeping: Recording Financial Transactions Posting Debits and Credits Producing Invoices Bookkeeping Helps Keep a Clear Picture of Your Company’s Financial Health! Is your business organized?… (Keep reading)

Nevada Commerce Tax Update – June 2019

Posted in Firm News on June 27, 2019

The Nevada State Legislature modified the filing requirements for the Nevada Commerce Tax. Businesses with gross revenue below four million dollars for the July 1through June 30th fiscal year no longer have to file a return.  Only businesses with gross revenue of four million dollars or more are required to file a return and pay… (Keep reading)