September 30th marks the end of the Fiscal Year. If you are a small business owner, here’s a financial checklist to better assist you with Fiscal Year end.
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CAVA Law was thrilled to be the proud sponsor of the “Cafecito Bar” at the 2023 Coral Gables Bar Association (CGBA) Installation Gala.
Congratulations to the newly-installed 2023 Board for the CGBA!
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On Tuesday, September 12th, CAVA Law had the privilege and honor presenting at the Ms. Esquire Luncheon at Seasons 32 in the Gables. Ms. Esquire’s luncheons are always a wonderful opportunity to learn from different professionals, while enjoying a wonderful meal. Christina, one of CAVA Law’s managing partners, presented on: the basics of insolvency and restructuring for non-bankruptcy practitioners, and the foundations of commercial credit for small businesses, how it is measured and reported, and how a small business can build their commercial credit. Thank you to Ms. Esquire for inviting CAVA Law to present for such a wonderful group of professionals!
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The IRS will soon require stricter reporting of payment transactions completed on third party network apps, like Venmo, CashApp, and Zelle. The new law would require users to receive Form 1099-K for any payments of goods and services over $600.00. Make sure to understand the details, as the change will be in effect for the 2024 tax filing season.
When an individual is thinking of filing bankruptcy, income and assets must be analyzed in detail prior to filing in order to ascertain whether bankruptcy is a good option. In this video, you will get a summary explanation of the pre-bankruptcy asset review.