Income Tax Lawyers in Boulder City, Nevada

Find the right Income Tax attorney in Boulder City, NV

In Boulder City, Nevada, the income tax is a tax imposed on money received (income) during a certain set time period. Under federal law, and the laws of most states, income from any source can be taxed. The federal government has had the constitutional power to impose an income tax since 1916, since the passage of the 16th Amendment. Before then, states could, and still can, impose whatever income tax they like, including in Nevada.

While the federal government levies an income tax against every person and corporation in the U.S., the income taxes imposed by the states vary widely. Some states have relatively high income taxes, and a few have none at all. You should consult with a Boulder City, Nevada tax attorney if you don't know what type of tax system your state has.

Income Tax Deductions in Boulder City, Nevada

A tax deduction is a reduction in the portion of a person's income that is taxable, resulting in a lower tax liability. For example, suppose your income tax rate is 10%, and you had ,000 in income last year. If you got a ,000 tax deduction, your taxable income would be ,000, and you would have to pay 10% on that. So, it would reduce your tax liability from to .

There is also something called a tax credit, which is treated as a partial payment of the income tax. A tax credit almost always results in a lower tax bill than a deduction of the same amount.

Lots of expenses that are common in Boulder City are tax deductible. Federal tax deductions include mortgage interest, union dues, interest paid on mortgages, and others.

How Can A Boulder City, Nevada Tax Attorney Help?

Income tax laws can get pretty complex. If you are in Boulder City, Nevada and have any questions about your taxes, you should consult with an accountant or local tax attorney to avoid tax problems, such as audit or wage garnishment.

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Life in Boulder City

Boulder City is a Clark County municipality that is about 20 miles outside of Las Vegas and home to 15,000 residents. Originally constructed as housing for Hoover Dam workers, Boulder City was founded in 1932. To keep workers focused on their work the city prohibited alcohol sales, gambling, and membership in unions. It is one of only two cities in Nevada today that still prohibits gambling and is notoriously known as a speed trap for people passing through to Las Vegas. Unsurprisingly, there are a number of very experienced lawyers in the area. Boulder City lawyers don't only do traffic cases but are actually experienced in many areas of law and practice in many different counties throughout Nevada.  

Money Magazine voted Boulder City the 6th best place to retire in the United States because it has affordable housing, medical care, tax rates, and a great arts and culture life. Boulder City has a total of 202.7 square miles making it the largest city in the State of Nevada. Locals enjoy access to the municipal golf course, pool, racquetball complex, tennis courts, BMX track, hiking trails, and nearby Lake Mead. 

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