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Why You Need Both a Power of Attorney & a Living Will, Kerrville, Texas
Many people begin estate planning to make sure their affairs are taken care of after their passing. However, another crucial element of this process is dictating your wishes regarding medical treatment should you become incapacitated. more
An Introduction to Business Incorporation, Kerrville, Texas
When you incorporate a business, you are making the enterprise its own distinct legal and financial structure. It is considered a separate entity from the sole proprietors or general partners who founded it. The following is an more
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Corey C Davis CPA Attorney at Law, Certified Public Accountants, Tax Preparation & Planning, Attorneys, Kerrville, Texas
320 West Main St.
Kerrville, TX 78028
(830) 257-8800
When residents of Kerr County need financial assistance or legal advice, they turn to Corey C Davis CPA Attorney at Law. Based in Kerrville, TX, Davis and his team have provided high-quality accounting and legal services for over 10 year...
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3 Ways QuickBooks® Can Streamline Your Business, Kerrville, Texas
If you own or manage a small business, you probably spend a lot of time and energy dealing with various aspects of accounting, from managing inventory to trying to navigate tax law. more
3 Life Changes That Can Affect Your Taxes, Kerrville, Texas
When you go through a major life change, the last thing on your mind is your eligibility for tax credits and deductions. However, your eligibility will change according to more
What Will Happen to Your Assets if You Pass Without a Will?, Kerrville, Texas
Most people know in the back of their minds that they should see an attorney to create their last will. However, it is an issue that always seems able to be pushed off another more
Why Millennials Should Start Estate Planning Now, Kerrville, Texas
Nowadays, millennials are between the ages of 23 and 38—so while their minds may have turned to buying a house or starting a family, estate planning might not yet be on their more
How to Handle an Audit, Kerrville, Texas
Whether you are a sole proprietor or run a small business with partners and dozens of employees, you should be familiar with the tax laws that apply to your enterprise. One day more
FAQ About Business Tax Laws in Texas, Kerrville, Texas
Running a successful small business is incredibly rewarding, but it’s not without drawbacks. One of the greatest challenges that small business owners face is filing taxes more
3 Estate Planning Essentials for Growing Families, Kerrville, Texas
As any estate planning attorney can attest, every adult should have a will drawn up; this is true whether you’re single or are approaching retirement and have more
3 Possible Consequences of Filing Your Taxes Late, Kerrville, Texas
Many people try to put off preparing their tax returns until the last minute. However, what if you wait a little too long and the deadline passes by? Depending on the status of more
3 Reasons Your Business Needs a CPA, Kerrville, Texas
Running a business of any size is a major undertaking, and as an owner, you may be called upon to wear many hats throughout any given day. On top of the various details that go more
A Tax Law Attorney on What to Do If You’re Audited, Kerrville, Texas
Being audited by the IRS is often a stressful experience. However, you can make the process a little less intimidating by knowing what to do beforehand. In Kerrville, TX, Corey C& more
Tax Law Attorney Shares 3 Tips for Avoiding Tax & IRS-Related Scams, Kerrville, Texas
One organization you especially do not want to do wrong is the IRS. Violating tax law can have serious financial and legal repercussions. In severe cases, it can even result in jail more
How an Offer in Compromise Can Reduce Your Tax Burden, Kerrville, Texas
If your tax liability at the end of the year is more than you can afford to pay, the IRS may be willing to work out a solution that minimizes financial hardship. For instance, your more
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