What we do best
We are great people doing great work in a fun, supportive “firmily,” where employees feel a sense of belonging, can do their best work, be challenged and make an impact on businesses around the globe. We hire smart, experienced, passionate professionals who are always learning and teaching, technical thinkers who understand the big picture. We don’t take ourselves too seriously, enjoy problem-solving, and new ideas. Through a culture of trust and flexibility, we respect the commitments we all have outside of work. We are committed to leading and shaping the future of tax specialty services by taking care of our clients, our people and our communities.
A comprehensive tax approach that leaves nothing to chance.
Our firm is founded by former Big Four tax executives who set out to build a firm that retains the best aspects of a big firm setting while eliminating the noise that can slow a business down and does not add value. TaxOps fully customized solutions focus on delivering the best and most efficient results for our clients, employees and partners.
Experience and tax intelligence matters when advising on tax decisions that can impact business strategy. We’ve put in the time on our dime to make sure we have the essential business acumen to be a key advisor to public and private businesses of all sizes. Our teams are at the strategy table—and in the weeds—guiding 1,000’s of businesses through the morass that is tax in every stage of the business cycle.
No One Likes Unpleasant Surprises
Businesses are no exception
Our fixed-fee pricing options allow our team to function as an outsourced tax department for our clients. With this approach, our clients have the freedom to ask questions whenever they want without being nickel and dimed, or receiving surprise invoices. Our fixed-fee engagements reduce risk and cost for companies while leaving space for more hands-on engagement.
Tax News, Analysis & Events
On SALTovation podcast, Katherine Loughead of Tax Foundation delves into tax policy’s significance, TCJA’s impact, and adapting to remote work trends.
New Jersey adopts the Multistate Tax Commission’s guidance on taxing internet activities and moves to factor-based presence for the state’s corporate business tax. By Stacey Roberts and Tram Le New Jersey's latest guidance on internet activities (TB-108) closely...
Taxpayer Advocacy with Olga Goldberg: Part 2Hosts & Guests Olga Goldberg, SALT Partner at Pierce Atwood LLP Meredith Smith, State and Local Tax Senior Manager Alex Korzhen, Leader, Senior Manager, J.D. What You Will Discover:In this episode of SALTovation, we...
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