The John Faucher Personal Tax Code

Did You Know?

I’d like to share with you all an excerpt from the Tax Code of John Faucher and Family. I hope this spurs some discussion and thought on the Tax Codes of your own families. And if, in reading this, you realize you may have gone a few years without paying all your feline taxes, give me a call, we can see if a cat creditor bankruptcy could get some of those debts discharged.

A Brief History of Bankruptcy in America

Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Procedure, Corporations, Did You Know?, Lawyering, Regulation, Trustee

My clients often ask me in fits of frustration: how did bankruptcy get to be like this? And I then have the chance to tell them about the storied history of bankruptcy! Usually, they ask this question out of rage at the sheer number of documents they’re asked to produce, but I take it as an opportunity to share the joys of tax law (that is not sarcasm, I love what I do).
But I figured we can all benefit from learning something about the history of bankruptcy. So, I wanted to share with you all some of the greatest developments. What follows is a brief history laid out by the major laws that we’ve created surrounding bankruptcy.

IRS’ Instagram Account – Biggest Surprises

Did You Know?, IRS

Faucher Law recently hired a terrific, new Administrative Assistant. Zoe came up to me the other day and asked “John! Have you seen the IRS’ Instagram account?! And it’s quite good.” Um, no. I didn’t even know the IRS had an Instagram account. I asked Zoe to tell us what she thought about the IRS’ Instagram account. Here’s her take: Read more »

My Time at Faucher Law by Paris

Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Aftermath, Business, Did You Know?, John's Favorites & Recommendations, Lawyering, Life Lessons

Before I started at Faucher Law, I was finishing up my MSA (master of science in accounting) at San Diego State University. When I used to tell people about my accounting background, they asked if I liked tax, and my answer was always NO! Now here I am, half a year later, switching my answer: I kind of love tax! Listed below are the most surprising things I have learned at my time at Faucher Law and how they have changed my perspective on tax and bankruptcy.