The US Tax Code is 74,608 pages long, making it difficult for most businesses and individuals to keep up with its frequent additions and revisions or to stay in compliance. LaPorte’s Tax Services Group stays on top of changing federal, state, and local tax laws so you don’t have to.
We can do this for you because we have strongly credentialed tax professionals – including certified public accountants, masters of law in taxation, two juris doctorates, and certified specialists in estate planning – who are members of one of the largest tax practices in the region. Our practitioners also have access to current R&D, national conferences and training, and the Washington National Tax Group through our alliance with one of the five largest national accounting and consulting firms in the country.
Most important, though, is the focus we will put on you. With LaPorte, you will always know how important you are to us: we will listen to you and will be proactive in coming back with ideas and solutions specific to your needs and concerns. We measure our success by your satisfaction, and we accomplish it by being knowledgeable and up to date, maintaining strong resources, and focusing on you.
We provide a broad range of tax services, including:
- Business succession
- Business valuation
- Cost segregation studies
- Estate tax planning
- Federal, state, and local taxing authority representation
- International tax planning
- Multi-state tax planning
- Sales and use tax
- Tax consulting
- Business acquisitions and dispositions
- Structuring of business transactions
- Tax accounting methods
- Tax return preparation for individuals, businesses, and nonprofits
LAPORTE TAX SERVICES OVERVIEW
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