Mr. Katz practice focuses on effectively and efficiently handling tax controversy matters, which include audits, appeals, tax liens, levies, installment agreements and offers in compromise.
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Join Higgs Fletcher & Mack’s Joshua Katz as he addresses some tax considerations that employers need to keep in mind when drafting settlement agreements. The webinar will delve into why it matters, hidden issues and other considerations, and examples.
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Date: February 23, 2023
Joshua P. Katz | Higgs Fletcher & Mack® LLP
Mr. Katz is a tax law attorney licensed in California and with the U.S. Tax Court. Mr. Katz practice focuses on effectively and efficiently handling tax controversy matters, which include audits, appeals, tax liens, levies, installment agreements and offers in compromise. He also assists clients with corporate and LLC issues, from formation to dissolution.
Mr. Katz represents both corporate and individual tax clients before the Internal Revenue Service, the California Franchise Tax Board, the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration, and other state taxing authorities on every type of tax issue, including income, sales, payroll, property and excise taxes.
Notable results include:
Mr. Katz was selected to the 2021 and 2022 Best Lawyers in America© “Ones to Watch” list, recognizing lawyers who have been in private practice between five and ten years. This award highlights the most promising younger lawyers in the country.
Prior to joining HFM, Mr. Katz practiced civil and criminal law in the San Francisco Bay area. He interned for the San Francisco District Attorney Pre-trial Division and the San Diego County District Attorney Economic Crimes Division and Lifer Hearing Unit. In 2018 and 2019, he was selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star.
I. Introduction | 2:00pm – 2:05pm
II. Why this matters (Origin of Claim) | 2:05pm – 2:15pm
III. When should you be thinking about this | 2:15pm – 2:20pm
IV. Reporting obligations | 2:20pm – 2:25pm
V. Deductibility | 2:25pm – 2:35pm
VI. Hidden issues and examples of interesting situations | 2:35pm – 2:45pm
VII. Drafting and other considerations | 2:45pm – 2:55pm
VIII. Q & A | 2:55pm – 3:00pm