Tax Strategy

Tax Strategy

We cut tax to the legal minimum.

We save more than we cost. Easily measured concrete results. Every dollar we save drops straight to the bottom line as another dollar of cash, profits, working capital & competitive advantage created out of thin air.

Our Approach to Taxation

Our approach to tax involves digging deep into the code on one hand, and on the other hand, stepping back and determining the theory & scope of the U.S. tax system: code, court cases, revenue rulings etc., and finally developing a comprehensive system to take maximum advantage of what is legal, while avoiding what is not legal. I have spent four decades doing that, since my days at AA&Co.  it has served me, my firm & my clients well.

Tax Strategy

98% of  businesses pay more tax than the law requires.  We will cut your tax to the legal minimum using the strategies listed below.

  1. Tax strategy
  2. Business restructuring
  3. Intellectual asset strategy
  4. Interstate tax strategy
  5. International tax strategy

Track Record

We have a national reputation for tax avoidance. We’ve cut tax in a meaningful way for 98% of our clients. Every dollar we save drops straight to the bottom line as another dollar of cash, working capital, profits & competitive advantage created out of thin air.


  1. Intellect: Mensa. Genius IQ.
  2. Exponential Experience: 4 decades pertinent experience.
  3. Expertise: I rank in the top 1% on professional performance.
  4. Intuition. Highly intuitive.
  5. Jump started the digital revolution. See below.

Our firm

We are among the first of a new breed of  professional firm: a virtual firm with high level competence & our home in the cloud, little to no geographic footprint with both an office based workforce & a distributed workforce. Cell phones, the internet, email, intranets, Skype, Zoom & other on-line services make it possible to conduct business world-wide as a fully professional firm operating everywhere like a local firm.

Judge Learned Hand Famous Quote

“Anyone may so arrange his affairs so that his taxes shall be as low as possible. He is not bound to choose that pattern which best pays the treasury. There is not even a patriotic duty to increase one’s taxes … Over and over again the Courts have said that there is nothing sinister in so arranging affairs as to keep taxes as low as possible. Everyone does it, rich and poor alike and all do right, for nobody owes any public duty to pay more than the law demands.” (Judge Learned Hand)

The problem: The Definitive Study of Human Performance.


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