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Jason W. Harrel is a Partner at Calone & Harrel Law Group, LLP who concentrates his practice in all manners of Taxation, Real Estate Transactions, Corporate, Partnership and Limited Liability Company law matters. He is a certified specialist in Taxation. Mr. Harrel may be reached at 209-952-4545 or [email protected] com.

Is your revocable living trust income-tax friendly?

Is your revocable living trust income-tax friendly?

Many people, once they have executed their revocable living trust, put it in a drawer and never revisit it. However, circumstances change over time that may warrant a review of…

Partnership audit rules are changing: Part two

Partnership audit rules are changing: Part two

In September 2016, I wrote an article in the Central Valley Business Journal about the new partnership audit rules titled “Partnership Audit Rules Are Changing.” That article goes into the…

Tricks used by the IRS to allege unreported income on a taxpayer’s return

Tricks used by the IRS to allege unreported income on a taxpayer’s return

Let’s face it, an audit by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not fun. What is even less fun is for the IRS to present you with an accounting that…

What impact will Trump’s tax reform initiative have?

What impact will Trump’s tax reform initiative have?

President Trump presented an outline for his tax reform initiative on April 26. The outline was one page and went over some general stated goals for tax reform. In general,…

How long should I keep my tax records?

How long should I keep my tax records?

With the conclusion of another tax season (well, at least for some people) a question often arises from our clients: how long are they required to retain their tax records?…

10 things that could trigger an IRS audit

10 things that could trigger an IRS audit

Good news. You’re getting a small extension on your federal and state tax deadline this year. Instead of April 15, the due date is Tuesday, April 18. The 15th is…

How to compete for California tax credits

How to compete for California tax credits

California is generally considered a business unfriendly state because of its high taxes and strict regulatory environment.  Over the last few years, businesses have taken their operations to more friendly…

Estate planning under a Trump administration

Estate planning under a Trump administration

One of President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign promises was reform of the Internal Revenue Code.  With respect to the estate tax, what does that mean? According to Trump’s campaign website,  his…

Taxpayers get limited rights in tax controversies

Taxpayers get limited rights in tax controversies

The Internal Revenue Code provides many rights to taxpayers to challenge IRS actions, however as I will point out in this article, the rights given are less than desirable. Our…

Partnership audit rules are changing

Partnership audit rules are changing

Last November, President Obama signed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, which overhauls how the IRS audits and collects tax from partnerships or entities taxed as partnerships, such as LLCs…

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