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Answering Tax FAQs With Joshua D. Brinen

Answering Tax FAQs With Joshua D. Brinen

https://vimeo.com/794589145 What do I do with a tax notice? Well, the first thing you don't do is you don't ignore it. You don't throw it away, and you don't put it on the bottom of your pile. The most important thing you can do with the tax notice is address it, and...

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What is a Litigation Hold Letter?

What is a Litigation Hold Letter?

A litigation hold letter is a notice requiring an individual or company to preserve each piece of information relevant to a pending lawsuit. These letters are not issued by the court but rather by an opposing party in a legal action. They prohibit a party from...

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The Importance of Document Retention Policies for Businesses

The Importance of Document Retention Policies for Businesses

A document retention policy is critical for any business. Also known as a record-keeping policy, a document retention policy provides minimum retention periods for important business documents and establishes a routine for the final disposition of a company’s records....

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What’s a Section 351 Transfer and When is it Used?

What’s a Section 351 Transfer and When is it Used?

Section 351 of the Internal Revenue Code facilitates the growth of corporations. While those who own assets that come with built-in gain might wish to transfer their property into a new corporation in exchange for stock in the company, this provision permits them to...

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Is it Better to Trade on an Exchange or Over-the-Counter?

Is it Better to Trade on an Exchange or Over-the-Counter?

While investors might be familiar with the listed exchanges, such as Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange, those who are interested in investing in smaller companies and startups might consider over-the-counter stocks. The OTC market is the market for companies that...

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