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Our firm counsels a diverse array of clients in their tax matters, from major multinational corporations to sole proprietorships. Our sophisticated practice allows us to give clients the guidance they need to respond to ever-changing commercial and regulatory guidelines. The tax attorneys at Onda, LaBuhn, Rankin & Boggs Co., LPA often serve as strategic business advisors to clients in regional, national, and international transactions and tax concerns. We deliver real-world business and taxation solutions to achieve your short and long-term goals.

Our expertise includes:

  • Taxation — State & Federal Tax Controversies
  • Tax Deferred Exchanges
  • Tax Planning & Executive Compensation

Our clients benefit from our wealth of tax planning and executive compensation experience. Onda, LaBuhn, Rankin & Boggs guides your business decisions to achieve the best results related to tax implications and business operations, while minimizing legal concerns. We help clients make informed decisions about their business structure, joint ventures, tax deferred exchanges, and future business plans. The taxation team stays abreast of the latest SEC, IRS, and state and local tax regulations, and utilizes leading technology to ensure compliance and value-added solutions.

Our firm is also experienced in handling tax controversies on a state and federal level for both individuals and companies, and can assure the attention to detail needed to resolve these matters efficiently and timely. Our extensive litigation experience has assisted businesses and individuals in civil and criminal tax matters. Our team is well versed in tax audits, appeals, and best practices while a proceeding is underway.

We would be pleased to discuss your company’s legal representation needs. Contact Onda, LaBuhn, Rankin & Boggs Co., LPA at 614-716-0500.

Representative transactions and cases:

Successfully defended the chief executive officer of a public corporation against a proposed individual income tax assessment in excess of $1.5 million by establishing that his horse racing and breeding activity was a trade or business and not a hobby.

 

Trial and appellate counsel in Simmons v. Commissioner, 2009-2008, 98T.C/M (September 15, 2009, affirmed USCA Case #10-1063 [June 21, 2011]), for taxpayer successfully defending charitable contributions claimed by the taxpayer for the donation of a conservation and architectural façade easement on two residential properties owned by taxpayer in the District of Columbia.

 

Representation of seller structuring a combination real property deferred reverse and forward like kind exchange transaction (under Internal Revenue Code 1031 and Revenue Procedure 2002-22) in which the transaction earned the NAIOP Deal of the Year.

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