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Kevin J. Moore Attends STEP Orange County Conference

STEP Conference Orange County

Last week Kevin Moore attended the Step Orange County Conference on tax updates, estate planning, and the world economy. This 2-day event covered the most important domestic and international estate and tax planning opportunities for attorneys, accountants, wealth managers, financial advisors, and life insurance agents, as well as provided insights for corporate trustees, private fiduciaries, and charitable planning consultants. A number of excellent presentations were given on asset protection trusts […]

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Attorney Fingerprinting at The KJM&A Office Today

A new California law requires active attorneys licensed in California to be re-fingerprinted. Today, the Kevin J. Moore & Associates Firm brought in American Fingerprinting Live Scan to help our entire building get fingerprinting completed before the April 30, 2019 deadline. For more information on Fingerprinting Rule Requirements visit : http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Attorneys/Attorney-Regulation/Fingerprinting-Rule-Requirements

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Kevin J. Moore Attends USC Gould School of Law 2019 Tax Institute

Kevin J Moore attends USC 2019 Tax Institute

The USC Gould School of Law 2019 Tax Institute is essential for tax professionals and Kevin J. Moore was in attendance at the three-day event. Held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, over 70 national industry leaders spoke on a range of important topics including updates on the latest corporate taxation, real estate taxation, and estate planning developments. Kevin networked with peers and other tax professionals while earning MCLE credit.

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Behind The Scenes of Our Pasadena Magazine Photo-shoot

Kevin J. Moore and Associates were photographed this morning for an upcoming profile in Pasadena Magazine. The behind the scenes look is a glimpse at the visual to be printed in next month’s magazine issue. Kevin won Pasadena Magazine’s 2019 Top Attorney award thanks to votes from his peers.

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How To Reduce Capital Gains Taxes

IRS Section 1202

The recent passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) increased interest in C Corporations. The Act permanently reduced the federal income tax rate on C Corporations from 35% to 21%. The widespread media coverage has led company founders, shareholders, and investors to ask whether they would benefit from being a C Corporation. There is another less publicized provision of the IRS Code that may also benefit shareholders of […]

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A Recent Appeal Won By Kevin J. Moore Has Been Certified For Publication By The State of California Court of Appeal

An appeal Kevin J. Moore recently won in a property tax assessment matter has been certified for publication upon multiple requests by various taxpayer groups & property tax law firms. As a result, this is now precedent in the State of California and can be used as a reference for other law firms with similar cases. More information: https://www.kjmlaw.com/kevin-j-moore-recently-quoted-in-law-360-news-article-titled-calif-justices-remand-cryptic-findings-in-368m-hotel-row/

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Kevin J Moore Recently Quoted in Law 360 News Article Titled “Calif Justices Remand ‘Cryptic’ Findings In $368M Hotel Row”

Kevin J Moore was recently quoted in a Law 360 news article titled “Calif Justices Remand ‘Cryptic’ Findings In $368M Hotel Row” discussing a successful property tax appeal on behalf of firm client Next Century Associates, LLC.  Next Century purchased a prominent hotel located in Century City, and challenged the property tax assessment it received on the grounds that the property declined in value following the financial crisis.  Next Century’s effort to […]

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Don’t Play Small with Your Small Business

kevin moore business litigation

Disregard for legalities can lead to unnecessary expenses. Too often small business owners make professional agreements with a simple handshake, placing their trust in a friend or acquaintance because they believe it’s easier, quicker, and cheaper than consulting an attorney. Whether you run a regional chain of restaurants, a professional consulting firm or simply rent out a residential property, it pays to make sure your contracts and commitments are legally […]

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