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Stressed over taxes? We're here to relieve the tension, handle the situation, and minimize your tax burden. If the IRS is breathing down your neck, we'll build you the best defense possible and be a staunch advocate every step of the way.

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Our tax lawyers work with individuals, startups, small businesses, large corporations, and various tax-exempt organizations, like hospitals, schools, foundations, and religious groups.

Chicago Tax Audit Lawyer

Audit Representation

Audits happen, and when they do, you want an experienced tax law attorney representing your best interests. The Gordon Law Group is a boutique Chicago-area tax legal practice that has safely guided countless clients - both individuals and businesses - through all manners of audits.

International Tax Lawyer

International Tax Matters

Today's marketplace is a global one, which means businesses must mind local, state, national, and even international tax concerns. Our team of tax lawyers regularly helps online entrepreneurs and established business craft the best global tax positions.

Illinois Tax Compliance Lawyer

Tax Compliance Process

Due to increased cross-border commerce, tax compliance is more complicated than ever. Our tax lawyers work closely with individuals, businesses, and non-profits with financial and tax calculation and reporting requirements, including FBAR matters.

Chicago Tax Law Cases

Tax Law Cases

Examples are a great way to wrap your head around a topic. With that in mind, we put together a collection of common tax law cases examples. Need help with either personal or business taxes? Give us a call. We're super at saving clients' money.

Tax Law Blog: Tips, Definitions, News

ICO Law: SEC v. Kik

Will This SEC v. ICO Case Change The Game?

One of 2018's most successful ICOs, Kik, is in a legal tangle with the SEC. It's a lawsuit that could significantly change the regulatory game.

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Tax Law: FACTA US Canada bank account sharing agreement

FACTA Law: Canada's Sharing Accounts With U.S.

The Canadian and US governments are sharing citizen bank account data. Are you one of the millions affected and will it cost you more in taxes?

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Tax Law: 20 percent pass through rate issue

20 Percent Pass-Through and Substitute Options

The IRS finally released clarifying notes on the new tax code's 20 percent pass-through rule. Will you benefit? Click through for the low-down.

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Report Overseas Accounts or Face Criminal Charges

Do you have more than $10,000 in an overseas account at any point during 2018? If so, then you need to declare it in your tax filings. Here are the rules.

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Crypto Tax: claim losses to lower taxes

Realize Crypto Losses And Save On Taxes

A recent study revealed that the vast majority of cryptocurrency investors are not taking advantage of loss write-offs to lower their taxes.

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Tax Law: Art 1031 Elimination Advice

Art Tax Law: Solution for Like-Kind Elimination

Art collectors and investors used to rely on "like-kind exchanges." But they've been eliminated from the new tax code. But there is an alternative solution!

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IRS News: Usinf Social Media to Track Down Tax Evaders

IRS Will Scour Social Media To Catch Tax Evaders

We've always suspected, but the IRS has finally confirmed that it will use a robust social media tool to catch tax evaders. Jump in to learn more.

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Tax Law: Tips for Etsy Sellers

Tax Advice For Etsy Sellers: Reposition Now!

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act helped some businesses and hurt others. Etsy entrepreneurs, for example, can no longer claim certain key deductions.

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Tax Law: Illinois tax lowering tips

Illinois Tax Lawyer Talks Strategies To Lower Taxes

Let's talk about lowering your taxes. In this post, Illinois tax lawyer Andrew Gordon reviews some hints and tips for reducing your tax liability.

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