Tax Talk

Use Your Words

It's a common misconception that accounting and taxes are all about numbers. Looking at a balance sheet or a tax return, it's an easy mistake to... Read More

It’s All About Perspective

There's a saying, usually attributed to Lenin, that "nothing can happen for decades, then decades happen in weeks." These last few weeks certainly... Read More

To Boldly Tax Where No Man Has Taxed Before

Cross-border tax questions present some of the thorniest issues in tax. For example: when an American company like Apple takes components from 43... Read More

Teach Your Children Well

"If you are truly serious about preparing your child for the future, don't teach him to subtract — teach him to deduct." Fran Lebowitz Here in... Read More

Crypto-Compliance

Thirty-five years ago, cartoonist Bill Watterson published the very first "Calvin and Hobbes" strip. Calvin, an irrepressible six-year-old who's... Read More

You Can Run, But….

The world of law enforcement lost a pioneer last week with the death of Gerald Shur. As a young prosecutor targeting what one member described as "a... Read More

The More Things Changeth . . .

Living as we doth in this age of Technologie, 'tis easy to believest that many Things we take for granted are new. 1,000 years ago, there was naught... Read More

California Dreamin’

After World War II, a generation of returning veterans turned California into America's golden dream. Industries like shipbuilding and aerospace... Read More

What Are the Odds?

Coronavirus has upended nearly every aspect of American life, including of course sports. First was the chaos of interrupting leagues mid-season... Read More

Bloody Complicated

In 2004, Stephanie Meyer sparked a bona fide cultural phenomenon with her debut novel, Twilight, recounting the romance between 17-year-old... Read More