A tax attorney primarily works with issues in regards to the application of the Internal Revenue Code and how federal and state tax law may affect or impact their client’s individual or business issues. As a Denver tax attorney, John McGuire also holds an additional degree, called an LL.M. in taxation apart from their law degree. A tax attorney, may counsel clients regarding some of the following issues and/or circumstances:
– Tax debts or liabilities, such as 1040 individual income tax debts or 941 employment tax liabilities
– IRS audits both business and personal
– Tax implications due to the business structure and entity choice of their client
– Tax implications regarding the sale or transfer of business assets or personal assets
– Tax implications regarding the sale or liquidation of a business
– Matters before United States Tax Court
– Estate planning regarding the proper will & trust drafting and gifting techniques to legitimately avoid or lower federal estate taxes
– The tax affect and implications regarding the capital structure of a business
– Tax implications of rental properties
It is recommended that any individual or business experiencing a tax audit with the IRS or a tax debt contact a tax attorney. Furthermore, a start up business or a business entering into certain purchase or sale agreement should contact a tax attorney to discuss the federal and state tax implications regarding the transaction.
As a Denver tax attorney, John McGuire has experience with all types of business related tax issues & transactions and tax issues before the IRS such as IRS tax debts, IRS tax audits, IRS offer in compromise and other IRS controversies.