Since earning a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in Taxation in 1993, Mr. Sprecace... more
Since earning a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in Taxation in 1993, Mr. Sprecace hasdefendedindividual and corporate taxpayersin disputes with the I.R.S., Colorado Department of Revenue, Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, and U.S. Department of Labor, bothadministratively and in state and federal courts. Mr. Sprecace has successfully represented taxpayers before the I.R.S., the Colorad... view profile
Ms. Hoffman has a Masters in Taxation from New York University School of Law, and... more
Ms. Hoffman has a Masters in Taxation from New York University School of Law, and represents individual and organizational clients in all aspects of tax planning and controversy resolution. The primary areas of emphasis include: tax- exempt organizations, federal estate and gift tax, IRS audits and appeals, and state and local tax (including property tax and sales and use tax). Ms. Hoffman has... view profile
Tax attorneys understand the interplay of different tax laws and regulations, and in planning strategies to minimize people's tax liabilities. Many tax laws are written by lawyers for lawyers, and as such are very difficult to understand. There are also many different types of taxes and tax laws–for example, income taxes, corporate and business taxes, death taxes, property taxes, estate and gift taxes, sales taxes, and international taxes. Sometimes taxes are based on an inflated or incorrect value the government has placed on an entity or activity. Tax attorneys will help you challenge the value or the tax itself, and help you reduce your taxes through careful planning.