If you're an entrepreneur full of sound and forward-thinking business ideas, you might logically exude confidence regarding your future commercial prospects.
And yet you know that there are a lot of challenges and pitfalls out there, ranging broadly from shifting consumer trends, globally linked dislocations and changing government policies to property prices, staunch competition from rivals and a hundred other things.
And then there is this, too, which is something that proven business owners, nonprofit executives and other commercial actors are duly fixated on with unflagging consistency: taxes.
And that means virtually everything about taxes, including their effective rates, when they must be paid, how they can be lawfully avoided or their adverse effects maximally mitigated, the employment of strategies that allow for payment deferral, how disputes can be best settled or litigated, and more.
Our long-established legal team at the Reston business law firm of David, Brody & Dondershine, LLP, in Fairfax County knows a great deal about the tax-related challenges and opportunities that centrally preoccupy business principals. We routinely help diverse clientele from across the Washington, D.C., metro area and beyond craft and implement strategies that optimally promote their companies' best interests in the tax realm.
Our studied and tailored assistance runs a wide gamut of advocacy, ranging from structured transactional work to diligent client representation in tax-linked disputes in court and before state/federal agencies and the Internal Revenue Service.
We think it additionally relevant to note that one of our firm's partners is a Certified Public Accountant with specialized knowledge of tax law and its implications in business matters. We routinely draw upon that acumen when crafting solutions seeking to advance clients' best interests.
We welcome contacts to the firm concerning any tax-related matter.