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Tax, Estate Planning, and Employee Benefits Law

Keep up with constantly changing tax laws and build employee benefit and executive compensation programs.

The tax laws that impact individuals and corporations, estate and gift planning, and employee benefits programs are constantly changing. Hawley Troxell’s tax and employee benefits attorneys have the experience and knowledge to guide you through the morass of tax and benefits laws, providing creative and practical solutions to any problem. Our tax attorneys represent individuals and businesses in a variety of tax-related matters, including choice of business entity, transaction structuring and planning, estate planning, business succession planning, and probate, as well as federal, state, and local tax controversies. Examples of our services include:

  • Business Planning and Formation
  • LLCs and Partnership Tax
  • Business Transactions and Taxation
  • Estate Planning and Probate
  • Individual Tax Planning
  • Tax-Exempt Organizations
  • Tax Dispute Resolution and Litigation

Our employee benefits and executive compensation attorneys have the experience necessary to assist any company in managing and maintaining its compensation and benefits programs. We counsel publicly owned, privately held, and nonprofit employers on a range of employee benefits and executive compensation matters, including:

  • Designing Benefits and Executive Compensation Programs
  • Benefits Issues in Mergers, Acquisitions, and Bankruptcy
  • IRS and DOL Audits and Corrections
  • SEC Disclosure and Reporting Requirements
  • General Benefits Compliance and Administration
  • Negotiating Benefits-Related Contracts and Agreements
  • Drafting Employment and Severance Agreements
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Tax, Estate Planning, and Employee Benefits Law Insights

Corporate Transparency Act – Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting Requirement

The Corporate Transparency Act requires certain entities to disclose the beneficial ownership information from people who own or control a company. We’re here to help…


Form 5500 and Other Retirement/Benefit Plan Reminders and Developments

It is that time of year again. The IRS Form 5500 for calendar year retirement and welfare plans is due to be filed by July…


The 2022 Idaho Legislature Has Enacted Major Income Tax Legislation

The Idaho Legislature, together with Governor Little, passed some major legislation during the 2022 session ending in late March.


An Update and Important Reminder About State Tax Deductions for Idaho Pass-Through Entities

As I reported in an article earlier this year, the 2021 Idaho Legislature passed a “work-around” for the $10,000 federal limit on an individual’s deduction…

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