The Tax & Legal Playbook, Second Edition, Game-Changing Solutions For Your Small Business Questions. Author: Mark J. Kohler, CPA, Attorney.

In The Tax & Legal Playbook, Mark J. Kohler, does an excellent job laying out solutions to real world small business questions. Not only does Kohler provide legal citations but he uses case studies to educate the reader as to how these laws play out in situations small businesses face every day in the real world. Here is a quick look at some of the most relevant topics extensively covered by Kohler:

Chapter 2: Sole Proprietorships

  • Examine your business needs

Chapter 3: Limited Liability Companies

  • 3 major reasons to use an LLC
  • Series LLC’s
  • Do I need an LLC for every rental property I own?
  • Doesn’t a Corporation give me better asset protection than an LLC?

Chapter 4: S Corporations

  • Reasons to choose an S corporation
  • S corporation tax abuse
  • Choosing the proper payroll level
  • The Future of S corporations
  • Avoiding the Affordable Care Act Tax
  • How Do I Create an S Corporation and Make the S Election

Chapter 5: C Corporations

  • When the C Corporation Makes Sense
  • Myths about C Corporations for Small-Business Owners
  • Finding Trustworthy Advisors
Chapter 6: 199A Pass-Through Deduction StrategiesChapter 13: Buying Rental PropertiesChapter 20: Asset Protection in Marriage and Divorce
Chapter 7: Building Personal and Corporate CreditChapter 14: The Importance of Basic BookkeepingChapter 21: Cutting-Edge Asset Protection Strategies
Chapter 8: Battlefront Asset Protection for your EntityChapter 15: Dealing with the IRSChapter 22: Documenting a Partnership
Chapter 9: The Underutilized Business Tax DeductionsChapter 16: Tax-Saving Strategies for Selling PropertyChapter 23: Bringing on Investors
Chapter 10: The New and Improved Vehicle DeductionChapter 17: Affordable Asset Protection StrategiesChapter 24: Retirement Plan Options
Chapter 11: Wise Health-Care StrategiesChapter 18: Privacy Measures vs. Hiding AssetsChapter 25: Self-Directing Your Retirement Funds
Chapter 12: Hiring Family Members for Tax SavingsChapter 19: Protecting your Home from a LawsuitChapter 26: Family Trusts and Estate Planning

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