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Estate planning is a constantly evolving process for individuals.  At every age, a person must evaluate his or her net worth, family needs, and planning objectives to develop a sound and tax efficient approach for distribution of assets.

Once the business is formed, Hoffman & Associates helps growing businesses continue operations through tax planning, employment law matters, securities laws, business acquisitions, mergers, reorganizations, liquidations, and maintenance of corporate records.

We can prepare and file of all types of tax returns, including gift tax returns, trust returns, partnership returns, corporate returns and individual returns.

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At Hoffman & Associates, clients are the single most important asset to our firm.  We are committed to providing high-quality service and delivering the best value while compassionately understanding goals and desires.

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IRS Fact Sheet FS-2017-9: Worker Classification

Joe Nagel Website PictureIRS Fact Sheet 2017-9 provides a good reminder to employers that they must be careful in identifying workers as employees and independent contractors. If employees are misclassified as independent contractors, the employer may be responsible for payroll taxes. The FSA provides a list of factors used to discern whether a worker is an employee versus an independent contractor.

Even if the employer incorrectly classifies workers, documentation that supports the employer's filing position is important.

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IRS Field Service Advice 20172801F: Gift Tax Returns

Business Planning and More..... At Hoffman & Associates, clients are the most important asset to our firm. We are committed to providing the highest quality of service and delivering the best value at all times. By listening compassionately, understanding all needs and then delivering the best solution, we are able to help clients protect their legacies by becoming better planners, better business owners, and stronger families.

IRS Field Service Advice (FSA) 20172801F provides a reminder that gift tax returns must be filed by taxpayers in order to start the statute of limitations. Generally, a gift that is adequately disclosed on a gift tax return or a schedule thereto will start a 3 year statute of limitations which the IRS has to contest the value of the gift. If the gift is not adequately disclosed, or if no gift tax return is filed, there is no statute of limitations and the gift may be subject to IRS audit indefinitely. If you have questions or need help in the preparation of a gift tax return, we can help. Contact us at 404-255-7400 or info@hoffmanestatelaw.com.

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