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Florida Business Law: Types of Liens Explained

If you have a lien on your business’ property or assets, you’re likely concerned about the legal ramifications of failing to pay a debt. In this article we will explain the different types of liens that may affect your business. What is a lien? A lien is a legal claim against either a business’ property...

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Basics of Estate Planning in Florida

Let’s face it: nobody wants to reflect on their own mortality. Preparing for the end of life can be a difficult process, but that doesn’t make it any less important. We’ll discuss the basics of estate planning in florida. Estate planning is crucial for protecting your wishes and transferring your assets after you die. Despite...

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2018 Individual Tax Deadline

If you haven’t applied for an extension, e-file or postmark your individual tax returns by midnight April 18, 2018. Need more time to prepare your tax return? File your request for a tax extension by April 17 to push your tax deadline back to October 15, 2018. In 2018, the traditional April 15 Tax Date...

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Filing taxes as a foreigner

Whats an Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN)? In today’s global economy, business ventures increasingly reach overseas to leverage the established business operations and processes in new markets. Every year, more and more people decide to bring their business to the United States. If these individuals are not U.S. citizens, they are still required to file taxes...

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Are Travel Expenses Tax Deductible for Business?

We get a lot of questions about which travel expenses are considered tax deductible business expenses. According to the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), certain expenses associated with travel are tax deductible. Not all travel expenses are tax deductible, but there are more tax deductions available than just the plane ticket. For example, the cost for...

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Tax Deductible Attorney Fees

It’s Tax Deduction Awareness Month here at Boyer Law Firm! Attorney’s fees paid to help your business or for income-producing matters in general are tax-deductible expenses. Whether the attorney’s fee is tax-deductible ultimately comes down to the nature of the work performed and who the actual client it. Here are some examples of Tax Deductible Attorney Fees: Tax-Deductible...

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US-Canada Income Tax Treaty

Due to its proximity with one another, people often commute to Canada or to the U.S. to work or they may temporary work in one country for a short period of time. The US-Canada Income Tax Treaty, signed in 1980, was established in order to eliminate double taxation and to ensure that people are not...

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