Attorney-At-Law Oleg Ikhelson, Esq., CPA

Bar Admissions:  NY, NJ, US Tax Court 

Other licenses: CPA, NJ


New Jersey Corporate & Tax Law Firm of OLEG IKHELSON, ESQ., CPA provides a wide spectrum of Tax preparation and Tax planning services for individuals, corporations, business partners, estates and  LLCs;  solves IRS problems; offers consulting services for businesses and corporations; helps foreign companies with a smooth and affordable entry into the United States.

The tax and estate law is arguably one of the most complicated and challenging fields of legal practice in the United States. A typical taxpayer is subject to a complex array of Federal, State and Local taxes. These vertical structures, in turn, are divided into excise, income and estate tax categories. Understanding how to comply with thousands of these statutory requirements, often contradictory to each other, requires a tremendous expenditure of time and patience. It is equality important, however, to know one's rights when it comes to enforcement of the tax laws.


NY & NJ Tax Laws
Tax Controversy Services
Tax Audit
Tax Preparation
Individual Tax Planning
Estate Planning
IRS problems
Offer in Compromise
Tax Relief
Tax Liens
Tax Appeal
IRS Levy Release

Lawyer offices are located in Morris County of Northern New Jersey

55 Madison Ave. Suite #400
Morristown, NJ 07960 (direction)



Tel. (973)285-3365

Fax (973)201-6187


Whether you need competent advice or actual help to start a Limited Liability Company (LLC), open a Corporation, buy or sell  business, establish a Partnership or a Non-Profit Organization, evaluate your business or business offer, or you find yourself in the middle of an exhausting Federal or State Tax Audit, Personal or Business IRS Tax Negotiation, our NJ tax law firm will use its expansive expertise in the areas of  Federal and State Taxation and walk you through the jungle of paperwork and procedural hurdles.

With more then 10 years experience in taxation as CPA and business tax attorney, I know how the system works, what the IRS and Department of Treasury can and cannot do. There are rarely harmless inquiries from the IRS. If the IRS or a State Revenue Department contacted you or your business by the phone or through the mail, you may already be a target of an active audit or investigation.

Feel free to contact me, experienced New Jersey Tax Attorney, either by EMAIL or PHONE (973) 285-3365 to arrange a consultation.


NY, DE & NJ Corporate Law
Business Structures
Business Evaluations
Formation of Corporations
Dissolution of Corporations
Sell Existing Business
Open or Close Franchise
Due Diligence
Representing Foreign Companies

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A State of Estate Tax in 2010

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Estate planning amidst an uncertain future for transfer taxes

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 Should I convert to Roth IRA in 2010?

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