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New Year Thoughts

  • December 29th, 2020
  • David Greene
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As most of you know, the majority of my practice is dealing with IRS problems and Estate Planning.  Today I want to pass along some thoughts about both of those areas. Even as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, our problems…

Holiday Greetings

  • December 23rd, 2020
  • David Greene
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This is the week of Christmas and it comes as no other Christmas week I can remember.  There is always joy, laughter and anticipation at Christmas time, but this year it seems muted as we all have been affected in…

Will IRS taxes follow you if you move to another state?

  • December 22nd, 2020
  • David Greene
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I have been asked this question before. First there is no question that your federal tax liability will follow you when you move to another state.  The IRS can easily find you by several means, such as your W-2, so…

Should a real estate buyer always require a title search?

  • December 1st, 2020
  • David Greene
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It is my legal opinion that one should never buy property without a title search.  Even though the seller may be sincere in believing that his title is clear, there are several ways that he could be passing title to…

HAPPY THANKSGIVING

  • November 25th, 2020
  • David Greene
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Many may see the above title and think, “What do I have to be happy about this year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.”  There is no question this plague has affected all of our lives.  However, my staff and…

When does the recipient of a gift have to pay the gift tax?

  • November 11th, 2020
  • David Greene
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The IRS may look to the recipient of the gift to pay the gift tax if the donor did not pay the tax.  Usually, the only situation where the IRS pursues the recipient of the gift is after the donor…

How long is the Statute of Limitations for collection of taxes?

  • October 20th, 2020
  • David Greene
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I have been asked this question countless times.  There is a ten year statute of limitations on collection of taxes.  This means the IRS has ten years to collect taxes from the time the tax return is filed and assessed,…

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