Tax and Employee Benefits

Providing practical, strategic advice to help clients minimize tax impacts and optimize economic return.

The tax attorneys at KDDK have substantial experience in federal, state and local tax matters and work to minimize the impact of taxes on our clients’ businesses while maximizing their economic return. Whether providing tax advice and assistance in planning transactional matters, representing clients in tax controversies, or employee benefit issues, we have a long history of providing practical advice.

Tax Planning and Transactions

Nearly every legal transaction carries with it significant tax implications.

Members of our tax team work closely with our other practice areas, such as real estate, estate planning and business law services, to provide clients with a comprehensive, strategic plan to help reach your goals. We use our knowledge of the law in providing practical advice, while realizing that tax concerns are only one aspect of a transaction.

In working closely with our other practice areas, we design and structure “tax smart” transactions to take advantage of the use of tax efficient structures and utilize, where applicable, any appropriate tax credits.

Tax Controversies

Businesses and individuals are exposed to numerous types of taxes in today’s complex business environment: income, sales and use, payroll and employment, real property, and personal property.

KDDK tax attorneys know the law and are adept at resolving or litigating tax disputes, whether before the IRS or state or local authorities. As attorneys, we can continue to represent you beyond the initial hearing stage and into a court of law, including the Indiana Tax Court, Federal Tax Court and Indiana Supreme Court.

Tax Litigation

Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn represents taxpayers in state and federal income tax, property tax, estate and inheritance tax, and sales and use tax matters.

Our experience includes appearing before the IRS, Indiana Department of Revenue, county boards, Indiana Board of Tax Review, Indiana Tax Court, Indiana Supreme Court, and United States Tax Court.