Gregory Douds has been admitted to practice in all the courts of Maryland and... more
Gregory Douds has been admitted to practice in all the courts of Maryland and Georgia, the U.S. Tax Court, and the U.S. Supreme Court. He also is a certified public accountant, holding active licenses in Maryland and Georgia.
Hi, my name is Jeff Fouts and I’m a Tax Attorney. You’ve probably never had to face... more
Hi, my name is Jeff Fouts and I’m a Tax Attorney. You’ve probably never had to face off with the IRS before. And you’re worried about what could happen. I don’t blame you. You’re smart enough to know you might not want to tackle the IRS on your own. If you think you own more than $20,000 to the IRS in back taxes or have an audit, levy or payroll tax problem, your case should probably be handle... view profile
I am driven by a desire to add value, not subtract it. I frankly think the legal... more
I am driven by a desire to add value, not subtract it. I frankly think the legal profession is bloated, so I like to help clients avoid excessive entanglement therewith. In other words, I do my best to keep you away from attorneys, by smart, effective planning on the front end. It is always less expensive to plan than to litigate. When conflicts do arise, it is almost always better to resolve ... 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.