Find Lawyers in San Antonio, Texas for Nonprofit / Charities Law
Mike Kreager, the founder of the firm, is a business attorney and is board certified in tax law, having practiced in San Antonio for more than 40 years. He advises private companies, individuals and non-profit organizations on business and tax law matters. In addition, Mike represents physician practices and other medical providers, medical facilities and medical device companies. The Texas Medical Association published two of Mike’s books: (1) Employment Contracts for Physicians: The C...
Joshua Sutin helps clients unravel complex legal and business issues related to employee benefit plans, tax-exempt organizations, and business tax planning. He counsels both businesses and not-for-profit organizations on the full range of tax and employee benefits issues. Experience Qualified Retirement Plans. Joshua counsels clients regarding their qualified plans, including employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), and advising on tax qualification of plans, fiduciary duty issues, Department ...
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