Too often, "tax advice" amounts to no more than explaining how to report a transaction that has already occurred. Our attorneys understand that such advice is likely to be no more effective than designing a house after the foundation has already been poured. We know that most business transactions can be structured in more than one way, and that two structures reaching the same business result can have dramatically different tax results. Consequently, we work with clients at the earliest stages of a transaction, seeking to understand the business goals of the client and thereby ensure that tax consequences are carefully weighed and considered. This early intervention, proactive approach to tax matters gives our clients the opportunity for substantial tax savings.
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- Forbes Magazine(November 2015)