Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA June 24, 2020 79 min read

The Complete Guide to International Tax Compliance

Under the law, U.S. citizens, resident aliens and certain nonresident aliens are required to report worldwide income from all ...

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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA December 16, 2013 4 min read

Discharging Taxes in Bankruptcy - Part One

When the debtor files a petition for bankruptcy relief, this action immediately affects ...
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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA December 16, 2013 4 min read

Pro and Cons of Filing for Bankruptcy

What Happens When You Enter Bankruptcy? – The Automatic Stay According to United States ...
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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA December 16, 2013 6 min read

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an option for individual debt adjustment under the U.S. ...
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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA December 16, 2013 3 min read

Small Business Owner Bankruptcy Cases

In small business owner cases, the debtor may not be required to file a separate ...
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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA December 16, 2013 4 min read

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a form of reorganization under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The ...
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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA December 16, 2013 3 min read

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a form of liquidation under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Under ...
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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA November 19, 2013 7 min read

What is Reasonable Compensation?

One of the recent hot topics with respect to the IRS audits has to do with auditing S ...
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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA October 24, 2013 5 min read

Tax Lawyers: Selecting Representation - Part Two

Continued from Tax Lawyers: Selecting Representation - Part One
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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA October 24, 2013 4 min read

Tax Lawyers: Selecting Representation - Part One

Choosing a professional representative is an important decision when dealing with a tax ...
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Sam Brotman, JD, LLM, MBA October 10, 2013 4 min read

The BLT Mindset: Where’s the Bacon? (Or Why Lawyers Should Go to B-School)

Let me tell you a quick story. When I was a second year law student, I had an idea about ...
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