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Author: Ken R. Ashworth

Who Is Exempt From a Nevada State Business License?

Posted in entity formation on June 19, 2024

Owning and operating a business has both its perks and its responsibilities. And one of the responsibilities that the owner of a business has is to file for a business license each year. However, not all business owners are required to file for a license. This might leave you wondering about who is exempt from… (Keep reading)

What Is the Business Combination Statute in Nevada?

Posted in asset protection on June 18, 2024

Business owners are looking for more than a way to provide for themselves and their families; they are looking for sustainability for the growth of their companies. One such decision is whether to combine their business with that of another in order to maximize the potential growth of the company, more commonly known as a… (Keep reading)

What Is the Process of Probate in Nevada?

Posted in estate planning on May 9, 2024

The probate process can be a complicated one, especially if there is someone who is planning to contest the contents of a will. Ideally, you want the probate process to go as smoothly as possible so you can focus on grieving your recent loss. Regrettably, that is not always the case. If you are dealing… (Keep reading)

Can I Negotiate With the IRS Myself?

Posted in IRS on January 21, 2024

If you have received a notice from the IRS stating that you have outstanding tax liability in Las Vegas, then you may be feeling unsure about what to do next. If your IRS bill includes penalties or interests, then this can add further stress to the situation. Despite what your feelings are, you are likely… (Keep reading)

How Do I Fight an IRS Bill?

Posted in IRS on January 19, 2024

Getting an IRS bill can always be stressful, especially if it is unexpected. However, it’s important to know that just because the IRS has sent you an amount of tax liability that you owe does not always mean that you have to pay it. By working with a Las Vegas tax litigation attorney, you can… (Keep reading)

What is an ITIN?

Posted in IRS on January 5, 2024

An ITIN, or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, is a number issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for tax processing purposes. It is given to individuals who are required to have a taxpayer identification number in the United States but are not eligible to obtain a Social Security number (SSN) from the Social Security Administration… (Keep reading)

What Does It Mean If a Company Is in Litigation?

Posted in asset protection on December 28, 2023

Companies enter litigation when they are in dispute with another party. These disputes may come from an external source, or the company may bring litigation against another entity. Regardless of the nature of the case, any company anticipating going through litigation needs to have an experienced Nevada business litigation attorney on retainer to assist them… (Keep reading)

Why Is Business Litigation Important?

Posted in asset protection on December 18, 2023

Business owners should always know the importance of having an attorney to help them through a legal issue they may be facing. Whether you are a small, family-owned business or a corporation with many branches, having legal representation can protect your company and its future. A Nevada business litigation lawyer can advocate for you and… (Keep reading)