Matt Kadish represents individual and business clients in tax-related planning, including choice of entity, business succession, estate, charitable giving, exempt organizations, and controversy with the Internal Revenue Service. He also advises and represents clients concerning foreign bank account reporting and disclosures and served as a consulting expert in a Federal criminal foreign bank account reporting matter.
Matthew’s experience includes six years in private practice in Washington, D.C., where he was active in lobbying Congress and the IRS, and provided legislative monitoring for several trade associations. Earlier in his career, he served as law clerk to Hon. Herbert L. Chabot, U.S. Tax Court.
He is a frequent speaker and instructor at numerous seminars and institutes nationwide, where he addresses tax-related matters. Additionally, he has appeared in various publications in the tax and estate planning-related fields.
He is CEO and Vice President of Legislation for the Small Business Council of America. His not-for profit service includes the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, where he is Chair, Professional Advisory Committee, as well as People International Inc., where he serves as a member of the Board of Directors.
Goosen v Commissioner — Groundbreaking case on taxation of foreign athlete's endorsement income