Tax Planning

Resolving federal or state tax matters and planning and structuring taxes are two potentially stressful situations individuals and closely held business owners often face. DSDK attorneys who practice in tax areas bring a rare combination of accounting skill, business administration experience and breadth of legal knowledge to your tax resolution and planning matters. It’s this experience with various entities and tax structures that will help you make better decisions across the board regarding your tax planning.

An unintentional oversight. Bad past advice. Even simple unfamiliarity with tax laws. Federal and state tax controversy happens for many reasons. DSDK’s primary goal in any tax issue is to resolve it as quickly as possible and in your best interest. Once the matter is resolved, we can help you structure your taxes to avoid problems down the road.

DSDK works with small business, closely held business and family-owned business owners who have accumulated wealth, and need sound advice on how to protect that wealth or pass it down to others. Our experience and quantitative analysis helps you see the bigger picture under different tax scenarios. Not only will you be better informed to make decisions best for you, but you’ll also understand the why and how behind the process.

DSDK has experienced tax planning attorneys who handle all types of tax planning, banking law and related services, including:

  • Individual, partnership and corporate taxes
  • Estate and gift taxes
  • Audits and IRS appeals
  • Tax structure of transactions
  • Generation skipping tax planning
  • Banking
  • Business exit & succession planning
  • Business services
  • Business transactions
  • Litigation
  • Real estate
  • Tax planning
  • Trusts & estates
 

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