Tax Attorneys

Tax attorneys are distinct from other tax professionals due to their legal training and expertise. While tax attorneys and other tax professionals, such as accountants or enrolled agents, are knowledgeable about tax laws and regulations, tax attorneys have a deeper understanding of legal principles and procedures. They are licensed to practice law and can provide legal advice, represent clients in tax disputes, and advocate on their behalf in court if necessary. Tax attorneys often specialize in complex tax issues, such as estate planning, tax litigation, or corporate tax matters, and their training enables them to offer comprehensive legal solutions to their clients’ tax-related concerns. In contrast, other tax professionals may focus more on tax preparation, planning, and compliance without the legal representation aspect. 

The tax laws are very complex. Our short blog articles cannot cover in full all the nuances of the rules. Your specific facts may hold various opportunities and possible risks that only trained, experienced, and highly qualified tax specialists can spot. We encourage you to find such help, rather than trying to figure it all out on your own. Consider giving this marketplace a try by posting your project and signing up here.

If you are a licensed tax professional and are interested in helping others either part or full-time, or ad hoc, come on in! Happy to have you. Our marketplace has the full suite of tools to communicate with clients including compliance calendars, task and message management, and billing. You can also quickly connect to knowledgeable colleagues who can complement your services with the ones you do not provide. Register here.