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What To Expect in a California EDD Audit?

If your business is experiencing an EDD audit, it’s important to know what to expect. Founder and managing attorney at Milikowsky Tax Law, John Milikowsky, breaks down the EDD audit process and the frequently asked questions that come with…

Second Draw PPP Loans: What You Need to Know

As businesses continue to grapple with the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, financial relief programs like the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) have been crucial in helping them stay afloat. Although the PPP officially ended on May…

What Do I Do if I Have an IRS Criminal Audit?

Facing an IRS criminal audit is a daunting experience that can have serious implications for your financial and legal well-being. Unlike a standard civil audit, an IRS criminal investigation involves potential criminal charges related to tax…

Top 5 Tax Issues Faced by San Diego Residents: How a Tax Lawyer Can Help

Navigating the complexities of tax laws can be challenging for San Diego residents. From individual taxpayers to business owners, understanding and resolving tax issues is crucial for maintaining financial stability.  In this article,…

PPP Loan Forgiveness Status for 2023

As we near the end of 2023, small businesses continue to grapple with the long-lasting effects of the pandemic. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), introduced by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), has been a lifeline for many businesses. If your business obtained a PPP loan during these challenging times, it's essential to understand that you may still be eligible for loan forgiveness. In this blog post, we will explore the requirements and provide a step-by-step guide to applying for PPP loan forgiveness in 2023.

Safeguarding Your Finances: Why You Need a Criminal Tax Defense Attorney in San Diego

Dealing with criminal tax charges can put your financial well-being at risk, making it crucial to seek the expertise of a skilled criminal tax defense attorney. In San Diego, having a knowledgeable legal advocate by your side can make all the…

How Much Does a Tax Attorney Cost in 2023?

If you're facing a tax issue, the thought of hiring a tax attorney may have crossed your mind. However, you might be unsure about the cost implications. In this blog post, we'll explore the various ways tax attorneys charge for their services…
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How to Negotiate a Plea Deal in a Criminal Tax Case

Facing a criminal tax investigation is intimidating for even the savviest of business owners. Finding out that your business and personal affairs are being targeted by IRS or another government agency for a criminal investigation is threatening…
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IRS Audit Vs Criminal Investigation: What Business Owners Need to Know

As a business owner, it is essential to understand the difference between an IRS audit and a criminal investigation, as the outcomes of each can have a significant impact on your business. 
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Navigating AB-5: Implications and Solutions for Small Business Owners in California’s Gig Economy

The gig economy has transformed the way we work, creating a workforce of independent contractors who work for businesses on a short-term basis.
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ERC Credits and Your 2023 Tax Filings: A Business Owner’s Guide

ERC Credits and Your 2023 Tax Filings: A Business Owner's Guide
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2023 IRS Dirty Dozen: List of Tax Shelters Identified by IRS

Every year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) releases its "Dirty Dozen" list, which comprises the most common tax scams and schemes used by taxpayers to evade taxes. This year is no different, and the IRS has identified twelve tax shelters that it will actively pursue in both criminal and civil audits.