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The GrayRobinson tax group has extensive experience in virtually all aspects of the tax law, with a focus on the taxation of corporations, partnerships and tax exempt organizations. We advise clients on the most tax-efficient means (while addressing necessary business considerations) of forming operating entities and structuring reorganizations, financing arrangements, acquisitions and dispositions and incentive arrangements.

The conduct of overseas activities by our clients is structured with a focus on minimizing the worldwide taxation of their multinational operations and obtaining the greatest possible tax deferrals. Care is taken to utilize the appropriate type of entity and ownership utilized with respect to the conduct of operations in a particular foreign country. Our tax department ensures that international licensing transactions and the establishment of operations in foreign jurisdictions do not run afoul of U.S. excise or similar taxes relating to the outbound transfer of intangible assets.

Our tax lawyers are also closely involved in the design of any employee incentive and similar-type plans. The tax group also has extensive experience in representing clients before federal and state tax agencies, whether in revenue examinations or with respect to requests for technical advisements.


 
 
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New Sales and Use Tax Exemption for Manufacturers and Processors
, June 03, 2014
Effective April 30, 2014, a new sales and use tax exemption is available for purchases of industrial machinery and equipment by an "eligible manufacturing business" that will be used at a fixed location in Florida for the manufacture, processing, compounding, or production of tangible...

The Defense of Marriage Act and Revenue Ruling 2013-17
, October 04, 2013
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