Topic: taxes

1099 Reporting for Rental Property: What Lawyers Are Saying

Here’s a quick legal reading list to help you make sense of the new 1099 reporting requirements for rental properties. The new rules affect both landlords and tenants, including businesses paying rent for office/work space(s) – be sure you know what’s required of you: – Information Reporting for Rental Property Activities (by Green & Seifter):… Read more »

Taxes and Business: Important Updates for January 2011

For your reference, here’s a disparate collection of legal alerts and articles covering various and recent developments in the world of taxes and business: – IRS Issues Guidance Relating to the Tax Treatment of Gift Cards (by Bryan Cave): “On January 5, 2011, the IRS issued two revenue procedures that address certain federal income tax… Read more »

Small Business Jobs Act: What’s Important to You?

Here’s what JD Supra lawyers and law firms have written to help you make sense of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. The commentary and analysis covers new tax breaks for small businesses, changes in Small Business Administration loans, new business credit calculations, rules for employer-provided cell phones, and more: – Congress Enacts 2010… Read more »