Pennsylvania Tax Law
Many state and local governments are struggling financially, including Pennsylvania and many of its cities and towns. One way that governments are trying to raise revenue is by becoming more aggressive in collecting taxes from businesses.
It is very important for businesses to work with seasoned lawyers on all state tax matters. MPL Law Firm has more than 30 years of experience in business and state taxation law. Our firm also has a former Certified Public Accountant (CPA) on staff, who in addition to his extensive legal experience has served many years as a tax accountant with a large accounting firm. Based on our extensive experience in this area, we can handle all aspects of tax planning, audits and litigation on behalf of our business clients.
We handle a broad range of state tax issues for Pennsylvania companies.
Our skilled attorneys provide advice and guidance on all state tax issues affecting businesses in York and Adams Counties and throughout central Pennsylvania. These include:
- State taxation of partnerships, LLCs and other business forms
- Sales and use taxes in Pennsylvania
- Realty transfer tax in Pennsylvania
- Inheritance taxes affecting family businesses
MPL Law Firm assists clients in a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, financial services, real estate, professional services and others.
Regardless of the nature or size of your business, we will take the time to become thoroughly acquainted with your company and make sure you are set up to comply with all federal tax obligations and to take advantage of any tax breaks that may be available.
Need advice on issues related to the state employment tax?
Especially in challenging economic times, many companies face difficult choices. Some owners decide not to pay the employment taxes withheld from employee paychecks, which can lead to thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes and the potential for serious penalties. If you have found yourself in a difficult position with regard to employment taxes, reach out to us as soon as possible for advice. We may be able to negotiate any penalties down to a reasonable amount and help you stay in business.