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What’s New for Tax Year 2008?

by Elizabeth Smith, JD March 27, 2009 Whether you kept accurate records throughout 2008 or just tossed your pay stubs and receipts into a shoebox, be advised that it’s time to impress Uncle Sam again with another timely and accurate tax filing. April 15th is just around the corner. The following information highlights some changes […]

Tax Law Attorneys

Tax law attorneys provide legal services for individuals and businesses clients in both civil and criminal tax matters arising from Federal, State and local tax claims. Disputes, audits and litigation of Federal, state and municipal taxes commonly arise from the tax code complexities. Criminal allegations result as well, including crimes such as tax evasion and […]

Tax Law

Lea en español While taxes are, for most of us, an unavoidable part of life, there are legitimate ways that you can minimize the burden. Whether its state or federal income tax, a levy on the sale of goods or property, or an estate or inheritance tax, the more you know, the more likely you’ll […]

Investment statements for taxable accounts

Most brokerage firms and mutual fund companies send annual statements summarizing the year’s transactions. Once you have these, you should shred your monthly and/or quarterly statements.