Tax Attorney Blog by Jonathan D. Mishkin

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HR 6201 The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

This bill, which is expected to be passed in the Senate without significant modification, requires all employers to provide paid sick leave, allocates federal funding ...
IRS Payment Deadline

IRS POSTPONES APRIL 15 TAX-PAYMENT DEADLINE FOR MILLIONS

At a White House Press briefing Tuesday, March 17, Secretary of Treasury, Steve Mnuchin announced that the IRS was postponing the April 15 deadline for ...
IRS Releases Guidance on Taxation of Cryptocurrency

IRS Releases Guidance on Taxation of Cryptocurrency:

On October 9, 2019, the IRS released Revenue Ruling 2019-24 and a question and answer document (FAQs on Virtual Currency Transactions) that confirm when cryptocurrency owner's ...
wine excise

Two-year reduced tax rate on brewers and winemakers in new tax legislation

The new tax laws signed by President Trump make numerous temporary changes to the taxes imposed on beer, wine, and distilled spirits. These provisions will ...
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Elder Law and Estate Planning

While estate planning lays the foundation for a client’s desires for their family and assets after death, elder law attorneys focus on preserving assets and ...

Guardianship / Conservatorship

Some clients reach out to us when a family member or spouse becomes physically or mentally disabled and unable to manage their own affairs.  A ...

Estate Litigation

Mr Mishkin’s Trust and Estate Litigation Practice is widely recognized as being among the most distinguished, experienced and successful practices in the field of trusts, ...

Charitable Planning

Oregonians are known for their generosity to others. Many of our clients incorporate charitable giving into their everyday lives. However, charitable giving can also serve ...