Tax laws for corporations are forever changing, and it takes someone with experience and training dealing with corporate taxes to interpret them. At Brunsdon Law Firm we have a history of working with our clients to help them through challenging tax laws to find the right answers. Whether you need help with:
- Federal income tax
- State income tax
- City income tax
- Sales tax
- Employment taxes
- Use tax
- Real Estate tax
- Inventory taxes
- Or something else,
we can set your mind at ease with good advice that will answer your questions. We deal with not only corporations, but also partnerships, sole proprietorships, limited liability companies, and joint ventures.
Brunsdon Law Firm will not only advise you and work with you on tax planning, but we can come to the rescue when taxing agencies threaten your company. We cover you with:
- Tax Audits
De-stress and let us represent you at the tax audit.
- Tax Appeals
Sometimes the government decides things unfairly or just needs more information to make the decision you are seeking. It pays to appeal.
- Delinquent Taxes
We can negotiate your overdue tax burden and help to get you in compliance again. Let us resolve the dispute with the IRS or other taxing authority before penalties and fees get out of control.
Meet Terri Brunsdon
Terri Brunsdon is a corporate tax attorney and the head of Brunsdon Law Firm. She is experienced in dealing with business law and tax law. Terri is not only a lawyer in Ohio, but she is also a CPA in both Ohio and West Virginia. She holds a Master’s in Tax degree as well. Terri was formerly a public accountant and a chief financial officer before she started her legal career. Terri has published several accounting books. With these credentials, she can bring knowledge and experience to resolving your business questions.
Contact Terri Brunsdon
Contact us at Brunsdon Law Firm for help with all your business needs and for effective advice on corporate taxes. Complete the contact form, and submit it to talk with Terri Brunsdon. Preserve your privacy by entering only generalities on the form.