- Exciting News & New Commitment
- November 21, 2014
- I am excited to announce that The Alexander Law Firm, LLC has completed its move to the Hill. The Hill is St. Louis’ version of Little Italy, a close-knit community of schools, shops, restaurants, etc. We are excited to be a part of this community for many years to come.
- Attorney Alex Curcuru Quoted in St. Louis Post-Dispatch Article
- August 19, 2014
- Attorney Alex Curcuru was quoted in St. Louis Post-Dispatch article dated 08/03/14. Here is a link to the full article: The charitable consumer conundrum
- Common Misconceptions about the IRS
- December 12, 2013
- Just in time for the holidays, our first video blog on some of the common misconceptions about the IRS. Enjoy!
- When It’s Time To Deal With Your Tax Dispute
- November 8, 2013
You need more than a tax accountant. More than a tax attorney. You need both at the same time—and that’s exactly what you’ll have, when you hire my firm.
I’m a tax attorney today, but I started my career in accounting. I spent years preparing hundreds of tax returns—and researching the most challenging tax issues for one of America’s largest tax preparation firms. So I know tax code and tax forms inside and out. And that can make all the difference when it’s time to tell the most effective story possible to the IRS, Massachusetts Department of Revenue—or the judge.
- Announcing New Location in St. Charles County!
- November 1, 2013
- The Alexander Law Firm, LLC is pleased to announce the opening of its second location at the 3 Flags Business Center in St. Charles County!This second location will allow the firm to better serve clients in St. Charles County. Please note that this location is “by appointment only” as the primary location will remain 1 N Taylor Ave. in the Central West End.
- Incomplete 1099-B?
- October 18, 2013
- On October 3, 2008, President Bush signed The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act (the “Stabilization Act”) into law. Although the Stabilization Act is most famously known for the $700 Billion dollar bailout, it also tightened already existing laws on brokerages houses to report cost basis to investors and the IRS.Prior to the Stabilization Act, the IRS allowed brokerage houses to report the proceeds from stock sales, but not basis. As a result, the IRS was dependent upon the individual taxpayer to accurately report his or her respective capital gains or losses as they had only part of the picture.
- Tips to Tracking Down Old W-2’s
- September 20, 2013
- When a client matter involves filing Missouri tax returns, obtaining actual copies of a W-2 needs to be a top priority.In many instances, the taxpayer no longer has an original copy of his or her W-2. In some instances, they cannot even remember where they were employed for the years in question. Fortunately, our firm has developed a strategy for handling this exact scenario.
- Recent Success Stories – Part II
- August 23, 2013
- Two weeks ago we posted some of our client successes over the past month and a half. Since that time, we have hit home runs for three more clients, and would like to share. Before I do that, however, keep in mind that the results here do not guarantee success for anyone else as the facts and circumstances of each case are unique.• The IRS accepted $1,000 in settlement for a tax liability of $132,619. That is literally less than a penny for every dollar owed.
- Recent Success Stories
- August 9, 2013
- Today, we are taking the opportunity to share some of our success stories from this past month. The following list is not all inclusive, and of course, the results here do not guarantee success for anyone else as the facts and circumstances of each case are unique.
- What a Tax Attorney Actually Does
- July 12, 2013
- The following is Chapter 2 from my latest book The IRS Does Not Just Go Away©. I am still in the process of figuring out how readers can download the book in full through the website. Until then, if you’d like a full copy of the book in .pdf format, please email us through our contact page.CHAPTER TWO – What a Tax Attorney Actually DoesWhy Don’t I Call a CPA? They Know How to Do Taxes, Right?