Albert Einstein is famously quoted as saying that the hardest thing in the world to understand is income taxes. Our explanation is that taxes are complex because they are a function of a political process, which dictates that the rules are not necessarily going to be logical.
With that in mind, our tax clients come to us for three reasons.
First, we have extensive experience representing clients before taxing authorities on various matters. Every case is unique, but we have been able to help hundreds of clients resolve disputes with taxing authoritities. We speak their language and we are vigilent in our efforts.
Second, our experience handling post-filing matters allows us to provide per-filing advice with confidence. We can speak from experience when we give consideration to how a position may be interpreted on audit.
Third, we have continued to innovate to keep preparation costs under control. We are continuing to make investments to eliminate routine and time-consuming tasks that add no value.
In light of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and the South Dakota vs. Wayfair decisions, businesses can expect increased confusion and scrutiny in the coming years. We are well-positioned to help you navigate these waters.
- Federal Income Tax
- State and Local Tax
- Internation Tax
- Tax-Exempt Entities
- Employment Tax
- Tax Methods
- Tax Credits / Incentives