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Corporate & Tax Planning

Experienced, practical and results-oriented business counselors

With extensive experience representing closely held businesses and their owners, Fabyanske, Westra, Hart & Thomson’s team of Corporate and Tax Planning attorneys is respected for the ability of our attorneys to structure, negotiate and implement business and personal strategies that balance our clients’ immediate objectives with long-term benefits. From general corporate matters, financing, tax, business succession planning, employment and employee benefit issues to structuring complex mergers and acquisitions, we know how to address the challenges of today and provide the foundation for the opportunities of tomorrow.

We also regularly represent lenders and borrowers in commercial loan transactions, lessors and lessees in real estate and equipment leasing transactions, developers and lenders in real estate development transactions and creditors and debtors in lending, bankruptcy and debt restructuring matters. Several of our attorneys are trained CPAs who previously worked with regional or international accounting firms, giving our attorneys the uncommon ability to advise clients from both legal and financial perspectives.

In today’s increasingly complex business environment, it’s more important than ever for your advisor to be more than just knowledgeable, but also insightful and forward thinking–the hallmarks of a Corporate and Tax Planning lawyer at Fabyanske, Westra, Hart & Thomson.

Attorneys Practicing in Corporate & Tax Planning
Anderson_Scott_548Scott Anderson
Shareholder JD/CPA
Heinson_Gordon_074Gordon Heinson
Of Counsel
Ray_Nathan_332Nathan Ray
Shareholder
Thomas Trier
Associate
Redpath_John_402John Redpath
Shareholder
Tucci_Tom_438Thomas Tucci
Shareholder

The HIRE Act, Work Opportunity Tax Credit and Minnesota Jobs Bill

By John C. Redpath

Don’t miss the opportunity to take advantage of some new (and old) tax incentive programs such as the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act, the Minnesota Jobs Bill and the Work Opportunity Tax Credit.