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Debt forgiveness isn't the same as tax forgiveness. Here's how to avoid an unexpected student loan tax bomb.
President-Elect Trump has proposed sweeping changes to the tax code. Here are some ways in which those proposed changes could affect you.
Several things can affect your tax bill. Here are some things to keep in mind as you do your end-of-year tax planning.
If you are considering moving your practice to a new neighborhood, here are some things to keep in mind.
If you travel for work, as many attorneys do, make sure you're taking full advantage of the tax credits and deductions available to you.
Here's what happens if you answer one of those solicitations from mysterious overseas clients.
As a lawyer, you often have to travel to serve your clients. Sitting around is simply not an option. Make sure to deduct those travel expenses for your next tax filing.
Deducting entertainment expenses is complicated to do. Nonetheless, if done right, you may be able to write off that bad date you recently went on.
Unfortunately, there is no full-proof way to prevent a tax audit. But unexpectedly preparing for and enduring an IRS audit is a major time suck and about as entertaining as watching paint dry.
In 2011, Anna Alaburda alleged that the Thomas Jefferson School of Law fraudulently reported its post-graduate employment statistics in an effort to lure prospective students who didn’t know any better. She learned that her school (along with other law schools) tried to fool prospective students by including low paying non-legal positions including retail, food service, […]