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180 Montgomery Street
Suite 1950
San Francisco, CA 94104, United States
Phone: (415) 394-7200
Areas of Practice
  • Criminal Law
  • International Law & Trade
  • Litigation
  • Taxation
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Other U.S. Locations
  • California
Number of Attorneys
2-10 Attorneys

Franchise Tax Board Penalties: Accuracy-Related Penalties, Part III: Substantial Misstatements

We continue our discussion of Franchise Tax Board (FTB) accuracy-related penalties with penalties relating to substantial understatements or misstatements of income and asset values…more
 /  Taxation

Franchise Tax Board Penalties: Accuracy-Related Penalties, Part II: Negligence

The penalties for negligent errors on your tax return can be high, but they pale in comparison to those imposed if the government (federal and/or state) concludes that your mistakes were intentional. In this post, we are going…more
 /  Taxation

Franchise Tax Board Penalties: Accuracy-Related Penalties, Part I: The Basics

It’s not enough to just file your tax returns and pay some amount to the government – the penalties for incorrect returns can be as significant as those for late filing and payment. There are quite a few accuracy-related…more
 /  Taxation

Major tax bill clears U.S. Senate by 51-49 margin, Part II

Other deductions will be eliminated entirely, including but not limited to: - Home office expense deductions... - Unreimbursed employee expense deductions, such as those for teacher’s out-of-pocket classroom…more
 /  Elections & Politics, Taxation

Major tax bill clears U.S. Senate by 51-49 margin, Part I

A 500-page long Republican tax bill, with numerous and significant last minute changes – as well as some illegible handwritten edits in the margins – cleared the U.S. Senate in the early hours of Saturday morning, by a 51-49…more
 /  Commercial Law & Contracts, Elections & Politics, International Law & Trade, Taxation

Undisclosed Foreign Accounts, Part II

The executor of a decedent’s estate has a duty to act in a prudent manner and in accordance with the law. At times, this may result in having to take an unpopular position or action that angers the beneficiaries…more
 /  Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Undisclosed Foreign Accounts

Serving as Executor can at times be more of a headache than an honor. On top of a pile of paperwork and dealing with a multitude of family issues, you can be sued!…more
 /  Taxation, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Disaster Losses and Gains for Business or Employee Property

I have business property that was destroyed in a disaster. Is the tax loss calculated the same way for business property as for personal use property?…more
 /  Taxation

Qualified Disaster Relief Payments: Federal Loans, Charitable Assistance, Etc.

What if I received a Small Business Association (SBA) Disaster Loan for my business or home? How will it affect my taxes? SBA loans are not treated as income and will not affect your taxes.…more
 /  Business Organizations, Taxation

Calculating Gain from Reimbursement for Loss of Personal Use Property

The proceeds from my insurance coverage were more than the adjusted basis of the property I lost but less than the fair market value. Does that mean I can't take a tax deduction?…more
 /  Taxation

Claiming Disaster Loss Deductions for Personal Use Property

How do I calculate my disaster loss? Take the lesser of the adjusted basis of the property, or the decrease in fair market value due to the disaster, and subtract any insurance or other reimbursement you received or expect to…more
 /  Taxation

California Wildfires: Tax tips, what you need to know.

What types of federal tax relief am I entitled to if I lost property in a disaster? You may be eligible for several types of federal income tax relief..…more
 /  Taxation

Tax Relief for Victims of Natural Disasters

Losing a loved one, a home, or a livelihood due to a natural disaster is among the worst things that can happen to a person. And the last thing you should be worrying about in times of crisis is your tax bill…more
 /  Taxation

Tax Extensions Available to Victims of California Wildfires

Yesterday, the IRS announced that victims of the California wildfires have been granted extensions to file certain individual and business tax returns. …more
 /  Taxation

Making an Effective (and Tax Deductible) Donation for Disaster Relief

Relief efforts are underway to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey and those affected by the catastrophic flooding in Texas and Louisiana. Many well-meaning Americans are making donations through a variety of organizations. Most…more
 /  Nonprofit Law, Taxation
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