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Employment Law Claims-Getting The Help You Need From an Employment Law Attorney Many people experience problems with their employers and an Employment Law Attorney can help. Whether you have been wrongfully fired or you are having a dispute in your contract, we can help. When trouble arises concerning your employment, you need to talk to an employment attorney who is well versed in the laws regarding contracts and labor. Talking to valued professionals, such as a Chino Hills Employment Law Attorney, will give you valuable insight and let you know if you have can move forward with a legal claim. If you have experienced issues regarding your contractor, or you have been terminated without just cause, contact an Employment Law Attorney for a consultation. Because every employee has rights, you need someone to fight for them and for justice. If your employer has overstepped their bounds and fired or broken...
Some business property is being double taxed but the owners don't know it! If you own or lease a restaurant, store, or office space with leasehold improvements there is a good chance that the personal and real property is subject to double taxation. Real property includes all land, buildings, and fixtures. All improvements on leased property must be considered real property. However, leasehold improvements can be taxed as personal property even if those improvements are technically real property so long as the underlying real property assessment does not include value for the leasehold improvements. This is where the costly double taxation can occur. Many real property assessments already include value for leasehold improvements. Cost calculator methods are used to value commercial and industrial buildings and these methods often have added or assumed items covering the leasehold improvements. Assessors also typically add value to the real property assessment when new construction...
Urgent! Personal property statement deadlines have already passed, but make sure you didn't make a costly mistake! If you have assessable commercial or industrial personal property you were probably required to file a 2012 Form L-4175 by February 1, 2012. Many taxpayers make the costly mistake of attaching tax asset detail sheets to the personal property statements. These sheets typically include acquisitions costs and dates and provide a basis for completing your personal property statement. However, the sheets often include information for income tax purposes that should not be disclosed to the assessor! Leasehold improvements that are already taxed as real property and are listed on the tax asset detail sheet only for income tax depreciation purposes can be caught by the assessor and entered into your personal property assessment, resulting in double taxation. Sometimes it is necessary to include support for Section M of the personal property statement, the...