Tax Warrior Chronicles

So You Want to be a “Venture Capitalist”  Well, Why Not?

Posted on Thu, Sep 12, 2019

A Venture Capitalist (VC) is a risk-taking investor who provides capital to companies exhibiting high-growth potential in exchange for equity in a company.  Generally, VCs fall into two major groups: 1) those investing in companies demonstrating material business success or “traction;” and 2) those taking a greater risk by investing in companies whose business plan is more conceptual and major business hurdles remain.  Today, we’ll talk about the common traits among both groups of VC investors.

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Changing Tax Conditions for the Foreign Investor in Mexico

Posted on Tue, May 05, 2015

Happy Cinco de Mayo! Busy season has been (pardon the expression) taxing on CPAs.  So today, we rely on our friends at Guerrero Santana, a tax, audit and consulting firm in Mexico, to serve as guest bloggers. Both of our firms are active members of Geneva Group International (GGI), a leading accounting, consulting and legal alliance of firms across the globe.

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Separate-Filing Wife Can’t Use Husband's Activities to Escape PAL Rules

Posted on Mon, Jan 26, 2015

Julie A. Oderio, TC Memo 2014-39

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NJ Angel Investor Tax Credit: You May Already Qualify

Posted on Mon, Apr 15, 2013


In early January, the entire country was trying to decipher all the changes Congress made to the US tax laws. Our blogs on the business and individual impact were in depth and still only scratched the surface.

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