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At Maslon, regional and Minnesota clients—from small businesses to international companies to nonprofit organizations—find practical and timely solutions to their most complex tax issues and disputes. Whether you're acquiring, selling, starting or expanding a business into new markets, you can count on our accessible, highly experienced tax professionals to provide knowing, cost-sensitive counsel that minimizes tax burdens while avoiding costly mistakes and disputes.

Federal and State Income Taxes
Our attorneys carefully advise clients planning a new business on how to avoid triggering state tax for new ventures, minimize taxes through mergers, and resolve complex disputes with the IRS and state tax authorities.

Federal Excise Taxes
Businesses and nonprofits alike benefit from our experienced counsel in strategically planning their activities to minimize federal excise taxes. When excise-tax penalties are imposed, we're well prepared to aggressively represent clients and help successfully resolve the dispute.

Sales, Use and Property Taxes
We work closely with you to plan business transactions and sales activities in a way that lessens your tax load. We regularly represent our varied clients in property tax and sales tax disputes with state and local authorities.

State and Federal Employment Taxes
Businesses and nonprofit organizations alike rely on us to help them determine employee tax status, resolve complex disputes with federal and state tax authorities, and represent them when alleged to be personally responsible for unpaid employment taxes.


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