Category Archives: Tax Stamp

Selling an NFA Item as Executor of an Estate

The vast majority of my clients own their NFA items in an NFA Trust so that they get the dual benefits of sharing the items while they are alive and probate-avoidance when they pass away.  However, I occasionally get a … Continue reading

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What’s going on with 41p now?

UPDATE:  The final rule has been released ————————————————— Since the comment period for 41p ended on December 9th, 2013, we have been waiting to see how the ATF would respond to the record breaking number of comments they received, which … Continue reading

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Completing a Form 4 after your gun rights have been restored

A number of my clients who have succeeded in having their gun rights restored have since made full use of their restored rights. They have successfully purchased one or more Title I firearms, applied for a concealed carry permit, and are now ready to add … Continue reading

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Is the $200 tax on an NFA item deductible on your federal return?

It is the start of a new year, and many of us are reluctantly turning our attention to the filing of taxes. That was certainly the case for the client who emailed me this morning and asked whether or not … Continue reading

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Who can ask to see my tax stamp?

I tell all of my clients to keep a copy of both their approved tax stamps and their NFA trust on them at all times they are in possession of their NFA items.   But if you follow that advice … Continue reading

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