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Tax law refers to the rules made by the government to collect revenues. Taxes can be imposed on individuals, businesses, corporations, and other legal entities such as a trust, as well as on the value of an estate or gift. There are also other forms of taxes, like consumer sales taxes, use taxes and real estate taxes.
A qualified tax attorney should have an in-depth knowledge of the Tax Code and follow the changes in every area (code, cases, regulations, rulings) of tax law as they develop. A tax lawyer will be able to identify key deductions, exemptions, and credits that could make a significant impact on your tax burden. In addition, a tax lawyer will be able to advise you on the type of tax-related activities that are illegal or that may trigger an audit by the IRS.
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Craig Zetley, an attorney and CPA, has been rated by fellow lawyers “as the number one attorney to see when clients are in trouble with the IRS.” He is the founder and managing partner of Zetley Law Offices, S.C., a specialty law firm focusing on representation of indi [...]
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The IRS released Revenue Procedure 2020-21, which provided relief for issuers seeking to do a public hearing for their bonds amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, on May 4, 2020. Revenue Procedure 2020-21 permitted a public hearing to be held by teleconference. The hearing must be accessible to residents of the approving governmental entity through a toll-free phone number. Revenue Procedure 2020-21 is applicable to hearings held from May 4, 2020, through December 31, 2020. Read our prior […]