domestic tax law

Foodman CPAs & Advisors offers domestic tax services with individuals, corporations, partnerships, trusts & estates, non-profit organizations and retirement plans at the Local, State and Federal level.


Domestic Tax Services include:

  • Review and Analysis of Prior Federal, State and Local Income Tax Filings
  • Preparation of Individual and Business Tax Returns
  • Preparation of International Tax Schedules Required for Attachment to U.S. tax returns
  • Preparation of U.S. Territorial Tax filings
  • Discussions to Optimize U.S. Tax Strategies
  • IRS Audit Representation
  • IRS Appeals Representation
  • IRS Problems Resolution
  • IRS Tax Advocate Engagements
  • IRS Payment Plans
  • IRS Offers in Compromise
  • Sales Tax Return Preparation
  • Payroll Tax Return Preparation

  • Local and State Tax Audit Representation
  • Domestic Voluntary Disclosure
  • Domestic/Offshore Streamlined Filing Procedures
  • Mergers & Acquisitions Tax Planning
  • Post Mergers & Acquisitions Tax filings
  • Assisting Other Tax Practitioners with the Preparation of Schedules Required for Attachment to Their Clients’ U.S. Tax Filings

Our goal is to assist our clients with innovative tax planning, strong tax advocacy, and effective domestic tax strategies. This includes the following:

  • Analysis of tax records and reports for financial statement purposes, to ensure tax compliance with all applicable government agencies.
  • Assisting in the accounting for income taxes, including the preparation and review of monthly, quarterly and annual income tax provision calculations to determine the appropriate tax accounting treatment.
  • Coordinating federal and multi-state income tax submissions.
  • Coordinating property tax filings with property tax filing provider.
  • Coordinate sales tax filings with sales tax filing provider.

  • Maintaining an electronic compliance database for US return filings.
  • Assisting with tax research and planning.
  • Providing support during Local, State and Federal tax examinations.
  • Creating and/or reviewing tax policies and procedures manuals.
  • Review of prior year’s federal, state and local income tax returns.
  • Identification of opportunities to minimize taxes.
  • Analyzing the effect of U.S. International Tax Treaties on U.S. Federal Income Tax filings where international transactions and offshore entities are involved.