CA&J: Business Planning Law Firm Focusing On Tax Liability Mitigation

What is the ultimate goal of your business? How do you envision a successful outcome after years or a lifetime of hard work?

From the inception of a business, smart business owners think ahead to what the end-game will be. As a business grows, succession planning becomes even more important. Will the goal be to someday:

  • Pass a business on to children?
  • Pass a business on to business partners?
  • Build up a business and ultimately sell the business?
  • Acquire other businesses along the way?

Whatever the goals for the direction of a new startup company, asset protection and minimization of taxes go hand in hand with making a profit. Proper business planning is an important part of your recipe for success. Coleman, Anastopulos & Jackson, P.C. can provide the legal advice you need to plan your business's ideal trajectory, beginning at any stage of its life cycle.

Our Dallas-area firm provides customized legal counsel and representation for businesses and business owners and managers interested in avoiding tax problems through careful planning.

Choose An Entity That Will Meet Your Goals

Choosing an entity type that best suits your needs is essential — and can be a complicated process. Our attorneys will help you understand the various entity types and the advantages and disadvantages associated with a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a corporation, an LLC or an S corp. We will assist you in deciding on an entity type that not only meets your business needs but also provides the best tax benefits for yourself or your business. We draft all relevant documents related to entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, and documents necessary for corporate compliance.

Put Value-Building Operations Into Place

To safeguard your business's profits, you will need to understand the importance of tax compliance in your day-to-day operations. Entrepreneurs are often naturally excited by the core activities of their businesses: making or selling products, providing services and growing customer bases. However they sometimes neglect to make estimated tax payments or pay all required employment taxes.

As tax attorneys, we know very well how tax problems can derail a business. We can help you avoid tax controversies with the IRS through careful business organization, tax compliance and planning.

We Can Help You Get Your Business Started Right Or Reorganize It

Business planning is essential to building and ensuring strong operations. Select the right entity, understand how to comply with employment laws and tax laws, and get the advice you need to stay focused on profitable business operations while minimizing tax liability worries. Call our Dallas law office at 972-810-4380 or send an online request for a consultation with a Texas business planning lawyer.