Congress Mulls Extending Tax Deductions

Congress Mulls Extending Tax Deductions

Congress Considers Extending Tax Deductions There have been significant recent efforts in Congress to renew tax extenders which expired at the end of 2013. All indications are that these provisions will likely be retroactively reinstated to January 1, 2014. The bills...
Passenger Liability Waivers: Who’s responsible?

Passenger Liability Waivers: Who’s responsible?

Ok, so you’ve purchased your aircraft and you’re ready to fly. You’ve got your insurance, received all the proper clearances from the FAA, and even planned on taking up some friends with you on your first flight in your new plane. But what happens if something goes...

Close Call In Maryland

Wisely choosing not to further pressure private aviation businesses, the Maryland legislature defeated a measure that would have imposed a 1-percent luxury surtax on aircraft costing $36,000.00 or more, plus 2 percent of amounts above $90,000. This was a wise decision...

Welcome to The Aviation Tax Attorney

Welcome to our new blog, the Aviation Tax Attorney, a service of Good Attorneys At Law, P.A.!  This is the place to be for the most current updates on income tax, sales tax, excise tax, property tax, and many other important issues in aviation today.  I welcome you to...