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Tax Law Lawyers In Manhattan Nevada

Manhattan is a small town in Nye County, Nevada located on State Route 377 about 50 miles north of Tonopah, the county seat, off State Route 376. It originally was founded in 1867 as part of the silver mining boom and then, in 1905, as part of the gold boom when "4,000 people flood(ed) into the region". The Nye and Ormsby County Bank, the only stone structure to be built in the town, was erected in 1906, but a decline followed the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and the "1907 depression" . The bank was forced to close. However, another boom in 1909 resulted in mining continuing into the late 1940s. Major mining operations opened and operated through the 1970s to the 1990s but production has relatively recently scaled back significantly .

What is tax law?

Tax law is the codified system of laws that describes taxes on economic transactions. Tax attorneys advise and represent individuals and businesses on all types of tax issues -- including income tax, payroll tax, property tax, and estate and gift taxes. Tax attorneys ensure that their clients are in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, and represent taxpayers in enforcement proceedings initiated by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and/or state taxation agencies.

Answers to tax law issues in Nevada


In the administration of any estate of a person who has...

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Most types of businesses-sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations that have qualified for subchapter S...

Non-profits will want to apply for and obtain federal and state nonprofit tax exemptions. Many groups don't want to...

The Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006 made significant changes to the Informants Reward Program under the False...