Estate Tax & Succession Planning
Financial and legal problems can surround all of life’s certainties and uncertainties. You can protect yourself and your family from these problems by having various types of legal documents and insurance in place. In deciding which types of insurance and legal documents are appropriate for your circumstances you should rely on an estate planning attorney to evaluate your financial and legal affairs.
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Otto S. Shill, III is an Arizona Estate Planning Attorney with over 25 years of experience in comprehensive estate planning.
There are numerous opportunities for minimizing the amount of income tax you pay. However, many tax saving opportunities can only be made use of by carefully planning in advance. Income tax planning applies to all kinds of income, including salary and income from house property, capital gains or interest.
Otto S. Shill, III is a Tax Planning Attorney with over 25 years of experience assisting individuals and families in minimizing income taxes.
If you are unsatisfied with the Assessor’s appeal decision, it can be appealed to the County Board of Equalization but it must be filed within twenty-five days after the mailing of the Assessor’s appeal decision. If no County Board of Equalization has been organized, you can appeal directly to the State Board of Equalization within twenty-five days of the Assessor’s appeal decision.
Lastly, a taxpayer who filed an appeal with the County Assessor may file a further appeal with the Tax Court within 60 days of the latest decision by the County Assessor. Direct appeals to the Tax Court must be filed on or before December 15th of the year of assessment. Court appeals from State Board of Equalization decisions must be filed within 60 days after the decision.
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