Tax Compliance and Planning Services

Tax Environment

Continuing changes in the federal, state, and local tax laws and each client's personal and financial goals require each taxpayer to regularly reevaluate their strategies and structure in light of these changes. Federal, state, and local tax complexities continue to consume profits and increase compliance and reporting costs.

Scope of Services

Maurice Hanna offers a broad range of planning and compliance services. We can assist taxpayers with matters ranging from structuring investments in new businesses to pension planning. Depending on the client's needs, planning can be directed at specific transactions and periodic check-ups on operations. The scope of services is dictated by the needs of the client.

We also assist in the preparation and review of tax returns. Our service experience includes corporate, partnership, nonprofit, and individual tax return preparation, and profit advising.

Maurice Hanna

We employ advanced tax planning techniques to help you to reduce your tax burdens to the minimum amount allowed by law. Our firm provides a full range of tax services for corporations, partnerships, not-for-profit entities, and individuals:

  • Tax minimization strategies
  • Planning and structuring for complex business/personal transactions
  • Employment, property, sales, use, and excise taxes
  • Cost segregation studies
  • Tax planning for pension, benefit, and incentive compensation plans
  • Consulting for business formations, liquidations and dispositions, mergers and acquisitions, and reorganizations

Tax laws can be very complex. We keep current on tax rulings, accounting pronouncements, court opinions, and local, state, and federal government bills that may impact your tax position. As new tax laws are enacted, we inform you immediately of significant developments to allow any new tax savings opportunities to be considered in daily business decisions.

Proactive tax planning is the cornerstone of our practice. We are highly effective in helping clients to structure transactions and financial affairs for a more favorable tax position.

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