Tax Lien Investments and Foreclosures

Rose Law Group pc regularly assists clients with tax lien investments in counties throughout Arizona, including:

  • Maricopa County
  • Pinal County
  • Yavapai County
  • Gila County
  • Apache County

Rose Law Group pc also handles a significant number of tax lien foreclosure actions each year, and can provide strategic advice related to lien priority, foreclosure timing, assignments, redemption and collection of attorney fees in the event a tax lien is redeemed during foreclosure. The firm provides competitive rates for high volume clients.

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Senate report slams land-conservation tax-break deals; Rose Law Group regulatory attorney Thomas Galvin comments on finding

By Richard Rubin | The Wall Street Journal WASHINGTON—Deals using tax breaks for land conservation are often based on inflated property appraisals and sham partnerships, a Senate panel found. The bipartisan Finance Committee report, released Tuesday, calls for legislation to curb the deals and for even tougher enforcement from the Internal Revenue Service, which has been clamping down on the transactions

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Trump’s executive orders: Payroll tax deferral. Rose Law Group attorney Dan Gauthier outlines what this “payroll tax holiday” could mean for employers.

By Daniel Gauthier | Rose Law Group Reporter Over the weekend President Trump signed four executive orders providing COVID-19 related relief to Americans. The President’s actions come as Congress continues to negotiate – and fails to agree on – the next round of COVID-19 stimulus funding. Contained in one of the executive orders is a payroll tax deferral for certain American workers

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The 1031 exchange deadline extension: Breathing room or double-edged sword? RLG attorney Dan Gauthier comments

By David Wieland | Forbes In the pre-coronavirus world, April 15 was an important date, representing the deadline for U.S. residents and citizens to file federal income taxes. However, in the current environment, that drop-dead deadline has been pushed to July 15, 2020. The upcoming mid-July deadline is also important for those making use of section 1031 of the U.S.

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