Good Attorneys At Law, P.A.

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Good Attorneys At Law, P.A.

Good Attorneys At Law, P.A. - based out of Naples, FL - represents clients in aviation tax structuring and transactions, taxpayer representation before the IRS and state taxing authorities, and tax negotiation.

I would like to help you purchase the right plane at the right price, capture the tax benefits of aircraft ownership and enjoy the personal convenience of private aviation.

Please watch my video intro below:

Website: http://goodattorneysatlaw.com/aviation/
Location: FL, USA
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Jan 21, 2016

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Comment by Ari Good, JD LLM on October 18, 2012 at 9:39am

Weather has the potential to do some serious damage to your aircraft, costing you serious money and time in the long run. Find out how to keep your plane out of danger, and keep your plane safe from the elements in this recent blog.

Weather Weary: How to keep outside conditions from damaging your ai...

Owning an aircraft is a major investment. Even before you buy one, you need to spend countless hours preparing, training, financial planning, and making proper space arrangements in anticipation of becoming an owner...more

Comment by Ari Good, JD LLM on October 11, 2012 at 1:31pm

Learn more about promoting business aviation from one of our most recent blog entries.

In Promoting Business Aviation, Every Little Bit Helps

In an industry still digging its way out of a disastrous recession, even bad news can be good news...more

Comment by Ari Good, JD LLM on October 3, 2012 at 4:20pm

When parking your aircraft, do you choose to tie it down, or park it in a hangar? We take a look at your best options and why in my latest blog entry. 

Hangar vs. Tie-Down: Where to park your Aircraft

Although overlooked at times, where you store your aircraft is a very important part of being a responsible owner...read more

Comment by Ari Good, JD LLM on October 1, 2012 at 4:05pm

Hangar rash can be a real pain, and cost you lots of money. But who's liable when it happens? Find out more on my blog.

Hangar Rash: Who's Liable, and Why.

The term “hangar rash” is commonly used in the aviation industry to refer to accidents or damage to an aircraft while hangared...read more

Comment by Ari Good, JD LLM on September 26, 2012 at 8:36am

Is the government's use of business aircraft really tax efficient? Find out more on one of my latest blog posts. 

Government Use of Business Aircraft: Tax efficient, or not?

We all have to pay taxes. It’s an inescapable fact of life. But how are our taxes used, and by whom?...read more

Comment by Michael Halford on September 5, 2012 at 1:19pm

Nice blog article Mr. Good.  This couldn't have hit my news feed at a better time!! I will probably give you a shout in a few months to chat about this more.

Comment by Ari Good, JD LLM on September 5, 2012 at 9:12am

Please check out the latest article on my blog on Leasing vs. Buying:

Is buying always better? When leasing is a better option

Have you been considering buying an aircraft recently? Are you unsure about taking on that type of financial commitment? Consider... read more

Comment by Ari Good, JD LLM on August 7, 2012 at 8:05am

Check out my latest blog post: 

The Sur What? County and use taxes on general aviation aircraft

When buying aircraft in Florida, you may subject to a county-based tax known as a “discretionary sales.... read more

Comment by Ari Good, JD LLM on August 2, 2012 at 11:54am

Check out my latest blog post: 

Florida extends aircraft maintenance tax exemptions

Florida legislators wisely passed a law that expanded the pre-existing tax exemption for aircraft maintenance costs, including equipment used in... Read More

Comment by Ari Good, JD LLM on June 29, 2012 at 5:54pm

Aviation Tax Tip

A Florida aircraft "dealer", may make use of their aircraft for purposes other than purely as "inventory". If the dealer wants to use the aircraft in part for flight
instruction, it is better (though not absolutely required) that it lease the aircraft other than for for flight instruction first. Leasing and flight instruction both constitute permissible uses of aircraft held "exclusively for resale"...

 

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