Comparison of Subchapter K v. Subchapter S

Comparison of Subchapter K v. Subchapter S Both Subchapter K and S of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) are pass-through tax structures in which the members of the entity are taxed for the entity’s income, gains, losses, and expenses on their individual tax returns.  That is where the similarities end.  There are several differences discussed below… Read more »

Ownership Restrictions Relating to Tax on a Businesses

Ownership Restrictions Relating to Tax on a Business When you decide to start a business venture, there are a myriad of things to consider.  We regularly assist small business owners, especially start-up businesses, walking them through the steps that need to be taken in order to make the business official and legal.  There are many… Read more »

The Tax Consequences of Capital Contributions in a Business

The Tax Consequences of Capital Contributions in a Business When you decide to start a business venture, there are a myriad of things to consider.  We regularly assist small business owners, especially start-up businesses, walking them through the steps that need to be taken in order to make the business official and legal.  There are… Read more »

What Factors Should You Consider When Starting a Business?

What Factors Should You Consider When Starting a Business? When you decide to start a business venture, there are a myriad of things to consider.  You have possibly already chosen the purpose of your venture and what it is you are going to make, do, or sell.  You have probably also played around with what… Read more »

2015 Small Business Tax Update

2015 Small Business Tax Update In the height of the economic downturn, Congress enacted several temporary tax incentives to spur economic growth.  Congress votes yearly whether to extend these incentives, make them permanent, or let them expire.  This year, several incentives were kept and some were allowed to expire.  This article provides general information on… Read more »

Jason McGrath Interviewed Regarding Internet Security for Law Firms and their Clients

Jason McGrath Interviewed Regarding Internet Security for Law Firms and their Clients Law firms warned to be vigilant against cybercrime – The Charlotte Business Journal Jan 30, 2015 – The N.C. State Bar released ethics opinions about cybersecurity, and … so they can be more efficient,” says Jason McGrath,  partner at McGrath & Spielberger . .… Read more »

Jason McGrath Quoted in Story About NASCAR Hall of Fame Loans

Jason McGrath Quoted in Story About NASCAR Hall of Fame Loans Investing in NASCAR: What Could Go Wrong? – CityLab (www.citylab.com/design/2015/01/investing-in-nascar-what…/384363/)  City Lab, a division of The Atlantic, Jan 12, 2015 – Yet, as highlighted by a recent Charlotte Observer editorial, the project’s … Jason McGrath, a Charlotte attorney experienced in real-estate … (full story linked above… Read more »

Your Opinions Regarding WF & BOA Waiving More Than $10 Million in Debt for City of Charlotte’s NASCAR Hall of Fame Loans

Your Opinions Regarding WF & BOA Waiving More Than $10 Million in Debt for City of Charlotte’s NASCAR Hall of Fame Loans? McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC provides legal services in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Tennessee. The firm offers full scale representation, as well as limited scope services, as appropriate for the situation.… Read more »

Wells Fargo Foreclosures – the Grinch Methodology

Foreclosures: Does Wells Fargo use ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’ as its Foreclosure Manual? Attorney Jason McGrath describes how, due to its improper foreclosure, loss mitigation / mortgage relief, and loan servicing practices, Wells Fargo is a lot like the Grinch who stole Christmas. WF could do much better if it cared to, but instead… Read more »

Your Business Law Dispute & the College Football Playoffs – Who Controls Your Destiny

Your Business Law Dispute and the College Football Playoffs – Who Controls Your Destiny? In this video, business law attorney Jason McGrath discusses what the college football playoffs and your legal case have in common, and some of the advantages and disadvantages of a lawsuit versus a negotiated settlement. Whether it’s a business law dispute or… Read more »