Tax law is divided into both federal tax and state tax. Federal Income tax became law in 1913 when the Sixteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified. While some states do not have an income tax, all residents and citizens of the United States are subject to federal income tax. The more assets that an individual owns, unfortunately, the more complicated the tax law becomes. Our Florida Taxation Attorneys can explain in detail the complex state and federal tax laws that affect you and your case.
The experienced tax attorneys at Bogin, Munns & Munns provide taxation help and representation for:
- IRS / Federal Income Tax Cases
- Estate & Gift Tax Cases
- State Statutes Dealing with Taxation
- Corporate Taxation
- International Taxation
- Florida Department of Revenue Cases