- Who We Are
- Our Team
- What We Do
We combine careful analysis and understanding of complex tax laws with pragmatic legal advice to meet client objectives, maximize financial benefits and limit liability.
Whether you are a corporation, limited liability company, partnership, sole proprietor, individual, trust, nonprofit organization, or private foundation, you can count on KMTG tax attorneys to help limit your tax liability while ensuring compliance with federal, state and local tax laws and regulations.
We understand that the first step towards avoiding expensive tax controversies and limiting exposure to tax liability is through comprehensive tax planning and consulting. At KMTG, we consider not only this year's tax return, but your entire financial future. For individuals, we make sure you are set up with innovative estate plans that maximize wealth preservation and minimize transfer taxes. For businesses, we make sure your business is properly structured to get you the best tax benefits. We also take a cost-benefit approach to all tax issues, advising you on the future implications of tax decisions that you make today.
In addition to representing clients in tax planning and tax controversies, including representation in audit and tax courts, KMTG tax attorneys also assist California business owners by advising and assisting them in starting their business, choosing the right business formation and then continuing to advise them on all business-related matters including, executive compensation issues, sales tax issues, and other tax needs.
Our Scope of Services
Tax Planning and Consulting
- Income tax
- Employment tax
- Sales and use tax
- Gift and estate tax
Business Formation and Operation
- Incorporating business entities
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Joint ventures
- Asset and entity purchases and sales
- Executive compensation
- Shareholder and member agreements
- Real estate and lease transactions
- Entity dissolution and liquidation
Tax Litigation and Controversies
- IRS litigation
- State tax litigation
- IRS and FTB installment agreements
- Offers in Compromise
- Wage garnishments
- Tax liens and seizures