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RubinBrown’s tax experts provide comprehensive tax services to answer any of your business, state or international tax questions. With a constant pulse on the ever-changing tax environment, RubinBrown has the insight to tailor tax services to your industry, business, individual or family tax needs.

We work with our clients to provide tax planning opportunities for the long and short term, to contain or reduce tax function costs, and integrate bottom line results through tax savings and added value. Clients also benefit from our tax research and services related to the everyday needs of individuals and businesses as well as specific transactions such as mergers and acquisitions.

RubinBrown's Tax Services


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The RubinBrown Tax Services Group provides customized services as follows:

  • Business succession through Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Consolidated tax returns
  • Credits & incentives planning
  • Estate & trust planning
  • Family office services
  • Gift and contribution planning
  • Individual, corporate & partnership tax planning
  • IRS, state, sales/use tax examinations
  • Mergers & acquisitions
  • Reorganizations
  • Retirement planning
  • S Corporations
  • State and local income & sales/use taxes
  • State nexus review & planning
  • Tax-exempt organizations
  • Tax forecasts & projections


Focus on Taxation: IRS Releases Guidance Regarding Information Required for Research Tax Credit Claims for Refund

On October 15, 2021 the IRS released a Chief Counsel Memorandum (CCM) detailing the information taxpayers will be required to include when filing a research tax credit refund claim on an amended tax return


Focus on Taxation: Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Brings Employee Retention Credit Change

The bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) containing $550 billion in new funding for the nation’s traditional infrastructure and broadband was signed into law by President Biden on November 15, 2021. The bill doesn’t have nearly the breadth of tax provisions that the “Build Back Better” bill is proposing, but it does contain a few noteworthy changes. Particularly of interest, it ends the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) one quarter early for many employers.


Focus on Taxation: Employee Retention Credit Update

Long-awaited additional guidance on the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) was recently provided in Notice 2021-49 covering changes to the credit for quarters three and four of 2021, as well as general guidance for all quarters on a few gray areas.

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