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Nevada’s new Commerce Tax


You may have recently received a “Welcome Letter” from the Nevada Department of Taxation notifying you of the newly enacted Commerce Tax laws. The Commerce Tax is a new tax levied annually on each business entity that (1) does business in Nevada, and (2) earned gross revenue in Nevada for the fiscal year that exceeds […]
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LLC Operating Agreements


Even single member LLC’s should have operating agreements.  The importance of an operating agreement seems obvious when unrelated parties are partners in an LLC; but the need seems less apparent when there is one member or if the member of the LLC is a husband and wife or a joint trust.  Having an operating agreement […]
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The Power of Sentimental Value


Sentimental value can sometimes be worth more than economic value. Having represented family members fighting over family mementos worth little or nothing money-wise, we have come to realize the power of sentimental value. Nevada, like many other states, allows a person to dispose of his/her tangible personal property by a written list referenced in the […]
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Dangers of Outright Distributions


Many clients feel that once their children or grandchildren reach a certain age, they will have obtained a financial maturity that will enable those beneficiaries to make good financial decisions and not spend their inheritance in one visit to a casino.   Thus, in many estate plans beneficiaries are entitled to receive their inheritance all […]
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