Tax Consulting and Compliance
Keeping up with complex state and federal tax codes can be challenging even for experienced professionals. At Squire, Lemkin + Co., we help our clients understand and apply tax laws and regulations – ensuring compliance while minimizing overall tax liability. Our experienced team of tax professionals work diligently to understand both our clients and the relevant tax laws, ensuring that each obligation is met and each opportunity is explored. Squire, Lemkin + Co. can help you comply with the current tax laws, minimize tax liability, and plan for the future of your family and your business.
Squire, Lemkin + Co. specializes in preparing tax returns for businesses as well as for individuals, estates and trusts. From individual tax returns to multi-state corporate returns, you can trust the professionals at Squire, Lemkin + Co. to accurately prepare your tax return in a timely manner.
Our tax compliance services include tax preparation for:
Squire, Lemkin + Co. provides a variety of tax-related consulting services. Our tax team researches and analyzes your tax situation to provide tax projections and specific tax planning advice, including family tax planning and wealth management. We work to understand both business and personal factors which affect tax planning. Squire, Lemkin + Co. is experienced in representing taxpayers before federal, state, and local tax authorities. In addition, we provide advice on the various legal structures for business entities in order to best match your financial goals while maintaining compliance with laws and regulations.
Our tax consulting practice differs from those of other accountants by providing a complete range of tax planning and compliance services. Regardless of your tax situation, you can rely on Squire, Lemkin + Co. for our experience and knowledge.
Our tax consulting services include:
- Compensation Planning for Pass-Through Entities
- Retirement Planning
- Business Entity Selection
- IRS & State Tax Dispute Representation
- Tax Projections & Year-End Planning
- Family Tax Planning
- Real Estate Transactions
- Merger & Acquisition Structuring
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused some people to contemplate their own mortality or that of a family member. For those whose life expectancies are short — because of COVID-19 or for other reasons — estate planning can be difficult. But while money...
Some of the most effective estate planning strategies involve setting up irrevocable trusts. For a trust to be deemed irrevocable, you, the grantor, lose all incidents of ownership of the trust’s assets. In other words, you’re effectively removing those assets from...
There are several tools you can use to build flexibility into your estate plan. Flexibility is especially important now because of an uncertain estate planning environment. The federal gift and estate tax exemption currently is an inflation-adjusted $11.58 million...