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Ocala Tax Law Attorney

As hard as it is to work and to accumulate wealth in Florida, it is even harder to keep most of what you earn, especially when trying to preserve assets for future generations or caring for aging loved ones. Because local, state and federal taxes will all take away portions of that wealth. Added to that, the tax code is constantly changing.

If you attempt to manage these complex issues yourself, you and your beneficiaries could either end up paying too little or too much in taxes. Neither of these options will help you or your loved ones.

When dealing with such a complex issue as taxation, you need the help of an Ocala tax law attorney at the firm of Robert A. Stermer.

Minimizing Taxes While Maximizing Assets

Our firm's founder, Robert A. Stermer, holds a master's degree in taxation law, his second legal degree. This training allows him to understand and to apply the complex tools of income taxation to minimize taxes and maximize your assets.

When it comes to dealing with a tax problem or tax controversy, Mr. Stermer relies on his experience as a certified professional engineer and businessman to come up with practical, cost-effective, yet creative legal solutions to your challenges.

In our nearly a quarter century of helping clients with taxation, some of the issues we've handled include:

Our firm also assists with creating nonprofit entities such as 501(c)3, 501(c)4, 501(c)6, private foundations and public charities.

Let Us Help You Keep More Of Your Wealth By Managing Your Taxes

We welcome the opportunity to help you keep more of your wealth by ensuring you are paying only what you truly owe in taxes. Our law firm is especially well-versed at preserving wealth for future generations. Contact a lawyer at the firm of Robert A. Stermer today by either going online or by calling: 866-539-2021. Ask us about our free initial consultation.

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Robert A. Stermer
7480 Southwest Highway 200
Ocala, FL 34476
Phone: 866-539-2021
Fax: 352-861-0494
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