Services

Taxation

Domestic

At SKP, we approach Taxation issues for every client—whether a high net-worth individual or a multi-State corporation—with one very clear and concise goal: To develop and implement tax strategies that minimize present and future tax liabilities.

Tax liabilities can be substantially reduced by using a variety of strategies including:

  • Choice of domicile, legal form of business and accounting methods
  • Structure of a merger, purchase or sale
  • Design of a pension or profit-sharing plan
  • Gifts, trusts and estate planning techniques

We stay abreast of continuously changing federal, state and local tax rules, regulations and interpretations, and keep our clients informed of new and developing tax issues.

In addition to our in-house professionals and an outstanding Information Technology Group, SKP maintains a nationwide network of accounting and tax professionals to assist us with complex State and Local issues.

As the number of foreign nationals operating or investing in U.S. business operations and real estate continues to increase, regulations effecting their activities are becoming more and more complex. While SKP's overall goal remains the same as for our domestic clients—"To develop and implement tax planning strategies that minimize present and future tax liabilities"—and our strategies are often the same, compliance issues for foreign nationals are infinitely more complex.

 

International

As the number of foreign nationals operating or investing in U.S. business operations and real estate continues to increase, regulations effecting their activities are becoming more and more complex. While SKP's overall goal remains the same as for our domestic clients—"To develop and implement tax planning strategies that minimize present and future tax liabilities"—and our strategies are often the same, compliance issues for foreign nationals are infinitely more complex.

Among the specific international tax matters we address are:

  • Tax efficient structuring
  • Profit distributions
  • Tax planning for inbound and outbound executives
  • Transfer pricing rules and regulations
  • Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act (FIRPTA) compliance