This tax season has been one for the ages. The IRS seems to understand this better than most and has made several concessions to accommodate frustrated citizens.
When parties sign a real estate contract, it is with the assumption that the businesses, buyers, landlords or tenants will honor the terms. However, this is not always the case, or perhaps they even violated the law. The contract will usually outline the terms of contract violation, but the reality of solving it may be different.
The April 15 tax deadline for 2018 has now passed. As many went through their pay stubs, credit card bills and other financial information, the common refrain was disbelief at how much was spent and how little was saved.
Some of us get our taxes done early and cross it off our to-do list. However, there is a sizable number of procrastinators out there who wait until the 11th hour (sometimes literally) to file their taxes. With the major changes due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, waiting this year is even a bigger mistake than ever. Nevertheless, we have your back with some last-minute tips on how taxpayers can determine their obligations.
Finding the right space from which to run your company is not easy. An affordable commercial building or storefront that meets your needs can be hard to come by, but it is wise not to allow your excitement to cause you to walk into a commercial lease that will ultimately not benefit your business. The terms of your commercial lease will impact your company for years to come, and it is beneficial to be prudent with negotiations.