Tax Litigation and Controversy

eCom Sellers face different tax challenges from other businesses. Our firm offers solutions when state tax collectors “get it wrong.” 

As tax laws shift and evolve, businesses now more than ever require sophisticated tax advice to effectively navigate all types of complex tax matters — formation, operations, sales tax, income tax, VAT, personal property tax, and even ad valorem tax — and their bottom-line impact. We can help. Francissen Rafelson Schick’s Tax Team provides proactive counseling and strategic tax planning solutions to clients based throughout the U.S. and in Europe, Asia, and beyond.

We provide our clients with clear, effective, and innovative tax advice on their transactions and operations so they can efficiently plan and manage their U.S. and foreign tax consequences.

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Paul Rafelson


Boca Raton

Phone: TBD

Email: [email protected]

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FRS’s tax practice has handled virtually every type of state and federal tax controversy before state and federal administrative agencies and courts. Our matters include numerous cases in state trial and appellate courts and federal district and appellate courts, the Court of Federal Claims, and the United States Tax Court. We help our clients avoid tax litigation but are prepared to successfully represent them when forced to try a tax case.

Our tax controversy team handles cases for corporate, individual, trust, and partnership taxpayers. These cases involve issues arising across all industries and financial or investment activities. Our tax controversy representation has involved issues related to tax accounting, inventory, R&D, valuation, reasonable compensation, deductibility of captive insurance premiums, and debt versus equity determinations, among others.

We have represented clients and argued cases in numerous major state tax matters related to issues including sales and use tax, intangible personal property taxes, and corporate income tax. We have argued cases at the administrative hearing level through the highest state courts.

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Tax Deadline is… TODAY!

May 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

Probably not since last year has there been a day this important for online businesses dealing with tax, as today is the deadline to file your individual tax returns, don't forget.....

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