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What types of taxes do you have to pay if you are a Member of an LLC? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkI1zAqvPCQ

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Ari Good, Esq., LL.M. (Taxation) is a Miami tax lawyer.  Hello!  Welcome to my channel.  There are videos here on that attorney client relationship, copyright law, tax law, selecting the correct entity for your business (corporations versus LLCs), international tax law, employment tax law, real estate tax law and multiple other types of educational videos.  I hope that I can be of service.  Contact me at (786) 235-8371 or visit us at www.gooodattorneysatlaw.com.  Thank you!
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The foreign earned income tax credit is an important tool for expatriates and others living outside the United States to avoid double taxation.  Read more:  www.goodattorneysatlaw.com/the-foreign-earned-income-exclusion/

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You should consider making some smart moves as part of your year end tax planning 2014.  Congress is set to extend a number of key deductions.  The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) will take effect for most taxpayers.  Also, accelerate deductions and defer income if possible to 2015.

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Art Basel Miami, one of the most exceptional contemporary art shows in the world is upon us!  Here's a handy guide to the top events:  http://www.socialmiami.com/articles/Art-Basel-Miami-Beach.asp

For my reviews of last year's show and hotspots, have a look at:  http://goodattorneysatlaw.com/art-basel-miami-beach-2013/

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Good lawyers always have a good faith basis for an IP complaint. Bad ones just "rent a threats". All about balance. http://ht.ly/DuFtm

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The IRS uses a legal tool called "civil forfeiture" to unilaterally take assets and drain bank accounts on the action of IRS personnel who may have no legitimate basis to order such a drastic "remedy".  The idea is to prevent "structuring", that is, catch people who deliberately deposit less than $10,000.00 in their bank accounts in order to evade banks' reporting requirements under the Bank Secrecy Act.  http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/law-lets-irs-seize-accounts-on-suspicion-no-crime-required/ar-BBbbfW3?ocid=mailsignout
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Failing to register with your performing rights organization (PRO) could cost you big as an artist. http://ht.ly/CTt7Q
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