Tax Law

Tax Law covers the rules and regulations that cover the process of taxing individuals and entity for earnings and items of monetary value. Tax contributions are required to be made for earnings and income (such as salaries and investments), the transfer of property and estates, income from licensing rights and import taxes imposed upon goods transported from foreign countries. Disputes between the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) and taxpayers are heard in the U.S. Tax Court. Tax attorneys represent parties not only in disputes with the IRS but also to incorporate appropriate and accurate tax planning concerning investments and expected future income and loss.

  1. Tax Planning How to Minimize your Tax Liability and Maximize Deductions

    7 tips to help you minimize the tax you'll pay to the IRS and teach you how to maximize deductions, tax credits and other benefits you may not know about.
  2. Tax Returns Tax Deductions for Worthless Securities

    Special tax treatment and deductions are available for worthless securities and investments sold at a loss, including tax refunds if you missed the year to file for your tax deductions.
  3. Tax Returns Tax Credits and Qualifying Children & Persons

    Understanding what tax credits are and what tax credits may be available to you that can reduce your income tax liability. Identify requirements, qualifying children, dependents and more.
  4. Tax Returns Understanding the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)

    What is the alternative minimum tax? Do I need to pay the AMT? If so, how do I calculate the amount? This article explains all you need to know about the AMT and determining your liability.
  5. Tax Returns Tax Deductions: Using Part of Your Home for Business

    How to maximize the tax deductions you may take if you work from home, including for a "home office." Article providing the rules, requirements and advice to maximize your tax deductions.