Pillsbury’s tax practice brings a full-service, interdisciplinary approach to the resolution of diverse tax-related issues.
We serve as trusted advisors to a broad client base in a wide range of domestic, international, state and local tax matters. We assist in all aspects of tax planning to enhance the tax efficiency of our clients’ activities and transactions, to limit their exposure to controversy, and to help them comply with applicable federal, state and local tax laws wherever they might do business. When disputes with the Internal Revenue Service or state taxing authorities do arise, we are well equipped to handle all stages of tax controversy matters at both the administrative and judicial levels.
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