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Las Vegas real estate attorney on California tax initiative

Anyone considering a move from California to Nevada for tax purposes may find the information in this video from a Las Vegas real estate attorney exceptionally valuable. Tim O’Reilly, president of O’Reilly Law Group, discusses a Wall Street Journal report highlighting a California state legislature initiative with potentially far-reaching implications. Under the initiative, any person who spends more than 60 days a year in the state of California as a California resident could be subject to California taxes for as many as 10 years. If you are considering a move to Nevada — a state with no income tax — O’Reilly Law Group could offer assistance in residential real estate law as well as business real estate law for large and small businesses.

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