A QDRO is a decree or order recognizing another person such as a former spouse, child or dependent as an “alternate” or “alternative” payee to a retirement plan. The alternative payee can receive all or part of the benefits under the plan.
The IRS views digital currency as property. Therefore, the applicable tax code for cryptocurrency is typically the portion of the code that relates to capital gains or losses. However, some transactions involving digital currency may be treated as income for the owner. Now that Bitcoin and other forms of digital currency have gained in popularity, and increased substantially in value, the IRS is interested in ensuring that taxpayers report cryptocurrency correctly.
Business negotiations can be tricky. As parties go back and forth to reach an agreement, the parties are struggling for leverage and favorable terms. In most negotiations, both parties compromise on some issues. Rarely do all parties walk away from business negotiations with everything that they desired when they began the process. Even though negotiation skills are important, it is also important to remember that there is a legal aspect of business negotiations.
Tax Attorney Steve Thienel discusses time-honored tactics for reducing stress around tax time.
Are you ready to sell your business? You have worked hard to build your company, but it may be time to let it go. Whether you are retiring or moving on to another venture, there are many things to consider before you begin the process of marketing and selling your business. Preparing in advance is the key to maximizing the value you receive when you sell your company.
Accumulating wealth and protecting wealth are two estate planning goals shared by most individuals, regardless of the size of their estate. If you are searching for ways to increase your estate to leave a substantial legacy to your heirs, look at some of the estate planning secrets wealthy individuals use as they develop and execute a comprehensive estate plan.