Finding Solutions for Business!

Lawyers typically are typically divided into areas of practice specialties.Ronald J. Cappuccio, Esq finds solutions for your business. I do not "pigeonhole" your problem into an area of legal expertise. I work cooperatively with the necessary other professionals for you to succeed!

STARTING A BUSINESS  Deciding the best form of business entity requires getting to know you and your goals. A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is frequently the best choice. Nevertheless, you might be better off as a sole proprietor, partnership of corporation. I have prepared a lot of free help on business formation for you online. More....

Helping Businesses

Ronald J. Cappuccio, J.D., LL.M. (Tax) Represents Businesses: My many clients range from sole proprietorships to joint ventures to limited liability companies to multi-national corporations. I advise clients on matters involving many facets of business law, such as organization and start-up of new enterprises including:

  • LLC - Limited Liability Companies, corporations and partnerships
  • negotiation and drafting of contracts and agreements
  • mergers, acquisition and transfer of businesses
  • advice and planning for ongoing businesses
  • tax planning
  • IRS audits
  • tax collections
  • IRS appeals
  • Tax Compromises 

 

E-Businesses Need Special Attention!    Ronald J. Cappuccio, J.D., LL.M.(Tax) provides law and tax help for Internet business start-up companies, LLC's, corporations and partnerships. I handle the formation and legal operation of e-commerce and Internet ebusinesses.Legal. Accounting, Financial, Taxation and Business help for e-business and business owners. More.... 

Stopping the IRS

By hiring an experienced tax and business attorney you will be relieved of the burden of personally fighting the IRS and Tax authorities.As an tax attorney with more than 30 years' experience, I will:
 

  • represent you at all IRS offices
  • respond to IRS demand letters and communications
  • Stop Wage Executions and Bank Levies
  • Obtain reasonable Installment Payment Arrangements
  • prevent the IRS from contacting you
  • confront IRS Revenue Officers and prevent IRS intimidation and mistakes
  • pursue all administrative and legal remedies