McCandlish Holton has broad experience in federal and state tax matters including business and corporate tax planning regarding the formation of new partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations; terminations of businesses; purchases, sales, mergers, recapitalization and other business restructuring's; the organization and operation of tax-exempt organizations, particularly medically-related organizations; and representation of clients in tax disputes with federal, state and local taxing authorities.
The firm's practice also includes individual and family tax planning for education expenses, marriage or divorce, and retirement or estate planning. The firm's tax clients range from individuals to multi-national corporations.
McCandlish Holton has an active practice in tax, labor, securities and labor law aspects of employee benefits and related tax-savings vehicles. Matters covered include qualified retirement plans, employee stock ownership plans, stock options, welfare plans (group health, life, disability, cafeteria plans), non-qualified deferred compensation and individual retirement accounts.
Our current clientele is comprised of employers, financial institutions providing products to employers and individuals, administrators and accountants providing administrative services, and individuals.
McCandlish Holton advises employers regarding worker classification and payroll tax responsibilities. Particular support is provided to organizations bringing professional or managerial staff to the U.S. from other nations.