Ft. Lauderdale, Florida - Tax Law Blog

At the Fort Lauderdale tax attorneys of Zuckerman and Mata, we talk about sales tax, business taxes, offers in compromise, and more all day long. In this blog, you can read about current events and how taxes can affect you. If you've got any tax questions that you'd like to see covered here, just send a note to us on the contact page.
Friday, August 18, 2017

Wage Garnishment Hits You Where It Hurts

When you work, you want to get paid. And when you get paid, you want to keep all of your money. That is pretty much common sense. But sometimes that does not happen for whatever reason. Sometimes a situation arises where the government steps in and takes money from your check – outside of regular taxes and social...Read more
Friday, August 11, 2017

No One is Immune to Wage Garnishment

Wage garnishment can be one of the costliest things to an individual because they have no choice in the matter. When your wages are garnished, the IRS basically takes what they deem necessary out of your paycheck, no questions asked. It can be quite embarrassing for your employer to know your personal business,...Read more
Friday, August 4, 2017

Spouses Can Relieve Themselves From Their Partner’s Tax Liabilities

As husband and wife, if you decide to file a joint tax return, you both are responsible for the entire tax bill. You both acknowledge that you will take care of it together, and pay any fines (if any) for errors or incorrect or late filing. As a joint unit, you are committed to taking on whatever comes your way. But...Read more
Friday, July 28, 2017

What is a Will and What is a Trust?

No one likes to think about it, but we all have to eventually plan for it one day – writing a will. When we think of wills we think of old people on their deathbed who want to leave a bunch of stuff – some valuable and some sentimental – to loved ones they will leave behind. It is rare to find younger people...Read more
Thursday, July 20, 2017

Why was your tax refund delayed?

Everyone likes getting a big tax refund. If your are that lucky to get one but you are experiencing a delay, be patient. It should take about three weeks max but in some cases some factors may have contributed to the prolonged tardiness. If you don’t want to wait that long, you should inquire about what’s holding...Read more
Thursday, July 13, 2017

Why New Yorkers Are Claiming Florida Residence to Save on Taxes

Look around Fort Lauderdale and there is a distinct New York flavor. With apologies to Billy Joel, it almost seems like the city has a New York state of time. New York transplants make up a huge chunk of Fort Lauderdale’s population. The trend isn’t ending anytime soon. For years, snowbirds from the Big Apple have...Read more
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