New Jersey Tax Attorneys Advising on Businesses Tax Planning Matters
Federal and state taxes are complicated and impose substantial burdens on companies of all sizes and shapes. The New Jersey business tax planning attorneys at Einhorn Barbarito understand these burdens and focus on designing plans and strategies that allow business owners to reduce their tax liabilities while complying with an everchanging body of tax laws and regulations.
Our tax planning lawyers work with closely-held and family businesses across New Jersey operating in all areas of commerce ranging from manufacturers, retail and wholesale businesses to professional practices. We have extensive experience assisting clients with all aspects of business tax planning, including:
- Evaluating the tax advantages and disadvantages of different business structures including corporations, limited liability companies, general partnerships and sole proprietorships
- Addressing business succession and tax planning issues associated with the sale, purchase or transfer of closely-held and family businesses
- Advising on estate planning matters
- Analyzing on tax issues associated with real estate sales, purchases and transfers
- Advising clients on tax consequences associated with both routine and more complex commercial transactions
New Jersey Tax Attorneys Partnering with Business Clients to Develop an Ongoing Tax Plan
Because business circumstances change, and the tax laws impacting your operations are a moving target, effective tax planning requires an ongoing effort. The tax attorneys at our firm work to develop strong and continuous relationships with our business clients. We pay careful attention to changing laws and regulations and work to identify options that produce tax efficiencies for the businesses we serve.
While tax topics are often complicated, we provide our clients with practical, relevant advice and information every step of the way. Our business tax planning attorneys break down complex tax topics and explain their thought processes so that our clients fully understand all the issues confronting their businesses. We view our role as one of partnering with our clients to develop tax plans and structures that best achieve their business objectives.
Providing Across-the-Board Guidance on Tax Planning Issues
At Einhorn Barbarito, we believe in working together as a cohesive team to provide comprehensive, forward-thinking tax solutions for our business clients. Our New Jersey business tax planning attorneys frequently consult with lawyers in practice groups throughout our firm, including our Business/Corporate Law, Real Estate, Employment, Family and Wills Trusts & Estates practices, to provide across-the-board guidance in complex tax planning matters. We know that our clients are busy managing many other business-related challenges. Therefore, we pride ourselves on offering a collaborative environment that ensures that all of our clients’ legal needs are met in a time-sensitive manner.
If you are a New Jersey business owner in need of tax advice or have questions about how your business can benefit from the tax planning services at our firm, we invite you to schedule a consultation with the members of our Taxation Practice by calling at 937-627-7300.Print PDF
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