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Nexsen Pruet, LLC 

Size of Organization: 175
Year Established: 1945
Web Site: http://www.nexsenpruet.com

Telephone: 803-771-8900
Facsimile: 803-253-8277

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Nexsen Pruet is the Carolinas Law Firm. With 8 offices in North and South Carolina, Nexsen Pruet attorneys can, and do, handle a broad range of legal needs for those doing business in the Carolinas. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in state and federal courts and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The firm's website is www.nexsenpruet.com.



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Appeals Procedures for Tax Court Cases
Paul G. Topolka, April 26, 2016
The Internal Revenue Service (Service) on March 23, 2016, issued Revenue Procedure 2016-22 which clarifies and describes the practices for the administrative appeals process in cases docketed in the United States Tax Court (Tax Court).

Quid Pro Quo: When a “Gift” is not a Gift
Burnet R. Maybank,James P. Rourke, April 26, 2016
When it comes to properly documenting property and cash donations, most charities are well-versed with the IRS’ substantiation rules. But equally as important to those rules are the disclosure requirements regarding quid pro quo donations—that is, where the donor receives goods,...

Tax Court to Exempt Orgs: Substantiate!
James P. Rourke, April 26, 2016
While we’re not even three full months into 2016, the United States Tax Court already has decided two cases, which disallowed tax deductions for donors based on a tax exempt entity’s failure to properly substantiate those donations.






 

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