Choosing the right business entity can have a big impact on your tax obligations. How do you decide? You need to start by understanding what relationship your business entity has with the government. In part 2 of this series, we'll cover the tax treatment of the remaining two entity structures: C Corporations and S Corporations along with discussing the benefits and drawbacks related to each one. Read more here...
Need to know how your choice of business entity affects your tax obligations? If you are not cautious, taxes can eat up a large chunk of your profits. Choosing the proper business structure can be complicated, but following our guidelines will help simplify things. Part 1 of this series looks into sole proprietorship, partnerships, and (limited liability company) LLCs. Read more here.
As many of you are aware, we discussed the risks of using unconscionable contracts or small business forms to establish their businesses in part 1 of this article. The bottom line is that if someone signs your contract without understanding what they agree to. It's not easy to avoid these pitfalls, but planning can prevent even the most disastrous mistakes. Today, we'll look at the final five pitfalls to avoid when entering legal contracts for your business. Learn more here...
Does your company use legal agreements? Adverse consequences like unwanted disclosure of confidential information or loss of intellectual property rights may occur if you're not careful. Don't wait any longer; protect yourself today with a well-drafted legal agreement. Here's part 1 of the ten pitfalls to avoid with your company's legal agreements. Click here to know more.
When it comes to estate planning, most people think of a will. There is nothing wrong with it, yet, a will is far from the best solution. This is because, upon your death, all of your assets are subject to the judicial process known as probate. And probate implies more money, more time, and a higher level of complexity. We know you don't want that. Do you? Click here if you want to learn more.
The most crucial time of the year for tax planning comes as 2022 is closing. When you first realize that taxes are your most considerable personal and business expense, Trust us, we know it can be stressful. Seeing so much of your hard-earned money wind up in the hands of the government could feel like a heist. But just a tiny amount of purposeful effort to reduce your taxes might significantly impact you. With all these in mind, we have a two-part article that will teach you strategies that fee
Know that no matter how poor or rich your parents are, they must have an estate plan in place because their affairs will affect you and become your responsibility if they become incapacitated or die. Their estate plan ensures that their assets will be distributed to their heirs according to their personal wishes, no matter how much or how little they can be. If you do not know whether or not your parents have an estate plan in place that will help you best support them, read on!
Biden’s proposed Build Back Better plan would require approximately $7 trillion. Such an astounding amount of revenue most likely means a surge in taxes. Biden’s policy front is zeroed in on high-income taxpayers, and yes, that includes corporations and estates. You might want to plan ahead to minimize legal and financial repercussions arising from these proposed changes. From increased business taxes to lowered itemized deductions, here is an outline of Biden’s economic plans.
Superheroes never die, they just fade away. Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther legacy will surely live on for years to come. However, with the court currently probing into his million-dollar estate, King T'Challa might be remembered differently by the public. Apparently, the actor died without completing estate arrangements causing his widow to petition to be named administrator. As sad as it sounds, Boseman is one of many celebrities who neglected to create a detailed and thorough estate plan.