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IN THIS ISSUE
What Every Lawyer Should
Know About IRS Audits
BY ROBERT W. WOOD
Who are we kidding, putting tax articles in the April issue?
Today, taxes are a year-round concern for lawyers who advise clients. April 15 is
a helpful and quaint mark on the calendar, but for attorneys counseling entities
and individuals on business issues, tax questions range throughout the year.
But for all of us—even lawyers—April is the clammy-hands-inducing month
that makes us glance toward our (hopefully figurative) shoebox full of receipts.
So although it’s an anachronism, this still remains the best month to remind
you about a few issues related to the big “T.”
LLCs Taxed as S
Down Into the Tax Code
BY MARK E. LASEE
Not to stir that angst pot, we open with a piece about (gulp) audits. And then
we share some information about the path to take when a client seeks to alter
its corporate status. As you might guess, there’s more involved than just typing
the words “S Corporation” on a form.
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