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Tax Considerations for Attorneys Who File in Multiple States

The growing size of law firms through mergers and acquisitions, combined with the increased focus of states on pursuing tax revenue, means more partners are working in firms that span multiple states.  This increases the complexity and burden of state taxes and obligates partners to file more forms and deal with additional laws and regulations.

This article by Tax Partner Eric Lawrence will walk you through many of the rules of multi-state filing while also explaining complex issues pertaining to tax reporting processes and credits for which taxpayers may be eligible.


Working with Andreas Alexandrou, and the entire team at Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman, has been a pleasure from the beginning.  

Dustin Claussen |  Assistant Controller for Audit, Compliance and Special Projects
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