TAX APPEALS

At Dawda Mann, we understand that real property taxes constitute a significant expense for owners. We also understand that real property taxes are a necessary source of revenue for government. All taxation, however, must be fair and within the boundaries of the law. Our clients count on us to assist whenever a property has been excessively and/or unlawfully assessed. To that end, Dawda Mann will aggressively represent you with any disputes you have with your local or state taxing authority in order to make sure that your property taxes are fairly and correctly assessed.

Tax law is an area that may change regularly. In order to keep abreast of fluctuations that may affect our clients, we closely monitor the legal developments related to tax law. We are always connected to information about the most updated tax laws published by the U.S. Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service, and leading tax law publications.

IRS Changes Access to Transcripts to Fend Off Cybercriminals

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By Jeffrey D. Moss & Essence Patterson Accountants and attorneys aren’t the only people who use tax transcripts. There are a variety of non-tax purposes for transcripts, such as: verifying income for home mortgages; obtaining [...]

Learning about the New Opportunity Zone Tax Incentive

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By Jeffrey Moss. If you haven’t heard about the Opportunity Zone tax incentive yet, you will soon. The “Opportunity Zone” Program was created in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 with the creation [...]

US Supreme Court Digital Sales Tax Case—The Decision

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By Jeffrey D. Moss, Esq. and Jackie Culler, Law Clerk. Following up on an earlier blog post, US Supreme Court To Hear Digital Sales Tax Case, in a 5-4 decision on Thursday, June 21, the US [...]

Still Haven’t Prepared Your Taxes? Here Are Some Last Minute Tips.

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By Chris Mann April 15th is traditionally "Tax Day" in the U.S.  However, April 15th falls on a Sunday this year, and April 16th is "Emancipation Day," a holiday recognized in Washington D.C. to mark [...]

US Supreme Court To Hear Digital Sales Tax Case

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By Jeffrey D. Moss, Esq. and Jaclyn Culler, Law Clerk On April 17, 2018, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in South Dakota v. Wayfair. The Court will reconsider the long-standing rule [...]

The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program is Scheduled to End Soon

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The IRS announced that the popular offshore voluntary disclosure program (OVDP) used by taxpayers to divulge previously unreported foreign assets with reduced penalties will be ending effective September 28, 2018. Under the terms of the [...]