Providing Comprehensive Advice in Federal and State Tax Matters
With both state and federal governments aggressively pursuing additional tax revenue, skilled tax advice can be the difference between a bearable and unbearable tax burden. The Taxation Practice at Einhorn Harris offers sophisticated and comprehensive tax representation to individuals, corporations and other entities throughout New Jersey and beyond. Whether we are representing clients in tax controversy matters or counseling clients on techniques to reduce tax burdens, our New Jersey tax lawyers draw upon their broad technical experience and industry background to provide our clients with the advice necessary to succeed.
The attorneys in our Taxation Practice hold advanced degrees in taxation and one has served as counsel to the Internal Revenue Service before joining our firm. These skills and credentials uniquely equip our practice to protect our clients’ interests in all tax-related matters. Our attorneys also keep current on changes in the tax law and are frequent lecturers on tax law developments at professional meetings and seminars.
Offering a Broad Scope of Taxation Services
The lawyers in our Taxation Practice provide clients with the practical and relevant advice they need to navigate an ever-changing tax law landscape. Our team delivers innovative and highly-skilled tax counsel to business and individuals in a broad range of tax law matters, including:
- Business Tax Planning. At Einhorn Harris, we pride ourselves in understanding our clients’ businesses and the specific tax challenges impacting their operations. This allows us to develop creative and individualized tax strategies that position closely-held and family-owned companies for success today and into the future.
- Tax Controversies. Tax controversies can be confusing and costly. Our taxation team represents individuals, businesses and other entities in all aspects of federal and state tax disputes, including audits, tax appeals and litigation. We provide our clients with a thorough and realistic assessment of the issues at every point in the process and work to resolve these matters in the most efficient manner possible.
- Offers in Compromise/Collection Matters. While an Offer in Compromise can allow a taxpayer to settle a tax debt for less than the full amount owed, the process is complicated and is best handled by attorneys who have full understanding of the IRS collection process. The New Jersey tax lawyers at our firm have extensive experience negotiating favorable settlements under the IRS program.
We’re New Jersey Tax Lawyers Simplifying Complex Tax Law Matters
At Einhorn Harris, we take an individualized approach in every tax matter that we handle. Our attorneys identify the relevant issues and the manner in which these issues apply to our client’s specific situation. We take the time to break down complex tax matters into easy to understand information and provide clients with a clear picture of the risks and rewards of pursuing particular tax strategies. In doing so, we are able to work with our clients to develop an efficient and cost-effective course of action that best accomplishes their objectives.
If you have questions about the tax law services offered at Einhorn Harris or need representation in connection with a tax planning matter or tax disputes, we encourage you to contact the lawyers in our Taxation Practice by calling our New Jersey law offices at 937-627-7300.
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