Tax Law

Legal Strategies Combined With Tax Solutions

Tax issues arise in every field of business. When they do, Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law is here to assist you with customized tax consulting services.

What We Do

In business, there are a number of tax matters to consider throughout your company's life cycle: choice of entity, admission of new equity, participation for management, mergers and acquisitions, transfers to the next generation, and the potential sale of the business.
In estate planning, federal and state tax minimization is a major consideration and is complicated by ever-changing laws. Tax issues tend to arise in labor & employment and commercial litigation as well. When they do, the attorneys at Offit Kurman are standing by ready to offer the tax consulting expertise you need.

How We Do It

Understanding your needs and developing tailored tax solutions to meet those needs is at the heart of everything we do. Our tax attorneys have experience structuring deals to minimize tax consequences, working closely with you and your accountants to ensure that the proposed tax strategies provide the most tax-efficient end results. We understand that every client and business is different, and we work closely with you to understand where you have been, where you are going, and how to get there with the minimum tax cost.

Ready to learn more? Contact Offit Kurman today!

Related Posts

Choice of US Entity for Foreign Companies

By Michiel A. Bloemsma, Esq. | February 12, 2019
Read More

Updated Estate And Gift Tax Exclusions For 2019

By Michelle Evans, Esq. | January 31, 2019
Read More

What Happened To Your Tax Matters Partner?

By C. Thomas Hicks III, Esq. | October 21, 2018
Read More

The Tax Implications of The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 on Divorce

By Jim Markwood | January 17, 2019
Read More

Latest Tax Court Case Delivers Blow To State-Legal Marijuana Businesses On Application Of IRC Section 280e

By Jim Markwood | December 21, 2018
Read More

Thinking About Hiding Money From The IRS In Offshore Bank Accounts? Don’t Go There!

By Jim Markwood | November 6, 2018
Read More

The 2017 Tax Act Eliminated Deductions For Entertainment, But IRS Issues Guidance Stating That Business Meals Remain Partially Deductible

By Jim Markwood | October 16, 2018
Read More

IRS Shoots Down States’ Efforts to Circumvent Federal $10,000 Limit on Deduction for State and Local Tax Payments

By Jim Markwood | August 30, 2018
Read More

Philly Developers Start Cashing in on Trump Tax Break, as ‘Opportunity Zone’-Funded Projects Advance

By Edward DeLisle, Esq. | April 25, 2019
Read More

How the Tax Reform Bill Could Impact Homeowners and Real Estate Developers (Part 3)

By Tracie Clabaugh, Esq. | January 25, 2018
Read More

How the Tax Reform Bill Could Impact Homeowners and Real Estate Developers (Part 2)

By Tracie Clabaugh, Esq. | December 3, 2017
Read More

How the Tax Reform Bill Could Impact Homeowners and Real Estate Developers (Part 1)

By Tracie Clabaugh, Esq. | November 29, 2017
Read More

Tax Reform’s Impact on Confidential Sexual Harassment Settlements

By Russell Berger, Esq. | December 20, 2017
Read More

M&A Nugget: Happy “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” Holidays

By Glenn Solomon Esq. | December 27, 2017
Read More

Small and Medium-Sized Business Owners: Know How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Impacts You

By Michael Mercurio, Esq. | March 12, 2018
Read More

The Weekly Scenario: Time Traveling IRS

By Steve Shane, Esq. | November 12, 2018
Read More

The Weekly Scenario: Roth IRA Contributions Under TCJA

By Steve Shane, Esq. | February 16, 2018
Read More

The Weekly Scenario: Alimony & Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017

By Steve Shane, Esq. | February 9, 2018
Read More

The Weekly Scenario: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

By Steve Shane, Esq. | January 12, 2018
Read More

The Weekly Scenario: Estate Tax & The New Tax Legislation

By Steve Shane, Esq. | December 7, 2017
Read More