PBY&A provides cutting-edge counsel for secure, tax-related transactions.
Tax obligations can be complex and tiresome for both businesses and individuals. But these requirements are an important part of maintaining good financial standing and minimizing risk. It isn’t always easy to know what steps to take when trying to comply with tax laws, engaging in international transactions, forming a business, or managing an IRS dispute.
The PBY&A tax law team is here to assist you with any tax issue you’re facing.
Are you acquiring an entity in another country or trying to understand your obligations for foreign operations? Our team at PBY&A can help advise you on cross-border tax planning and how to establish operations in other countries, as well as manage other international tax concerns.
Our team can support you in international tax planning consideration or cross-border transaction for your business. You may need assistance with planning and analysis, risk management, or reporting, and our experts can help ensure you’re optimizing your tax situation.
You need an experienced team behind you when navigating the world of mergers and acquisitions. Assessing and quantifying tax risks and assets is necessary to ensure optimal outcomes. We can help you put the right strategies in place to create more valuable deals.
You may have to pay personal property taxes on assets such as automobiles, boats, equipment, and more. The tax attorneys at PBY&A can help you determine what needs to be done and what you should plan for when navigating property taxes.
Tax implications are some of the most crucial considerations when buying or selling a property. This tax is charged by the municipality where the property is located, and the amount is based on the location and value of your home. If you’re dealing with a real estate tax question, concern, or dispute, work with the PBY&A team to get it resolved.
As a retailer, you may be dealing with a variety of issues related to sales tax compliance and enforcement. Our attorneys assist those in the retail world with meeting their tax obligations, tax planning, and other complex transactions.
If you itemize your deductions and pay certain taxes to state and local government entities, you could qualify for the state and local tax (SALT) deduction. The deduction is for sales, property, or income tax and has an annual limit of $10,000.
Nonprofit organizations may not have to pay taxes each year, but they’re still required to file a tax return and report all income and expenses properly. Our tax law team at PBY&A can help you meet your requirements and work with you on planning and filing.
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