Licensed as an attorney in both Texas and Colorado, Kreig has held a number of different tax positions. He has worked for the IRS as an attorney and then an appeals officer. He’s led a tax controversy team for a boutique consulting firm, worked in the tax departments for two Fortune 500 companies, worked for one of the Big Four accounting firms, and has had his own tax practice for several years.
Having worked in just about every tax role available has provided him with a unique insight into the IRS, its operations, and our tax laws.
Kreig’s work focuses on various state and federal tax matters and related business and probate matters, including:
tax procedural issues, including questions about tax attributes, timing, character, and penalties and interest;
structuring business and real estate transactions, including buying, selling, leasing, and other transfers and dispositions;
tax planning for corporate and flow through entities;
partnership tax issues, including partnership agreements and allocations;
depreciation and cost segregation issues, including advice on the tangible property regulations and dispositions;
accounting method changes, including Form 3115 presentation and strategy;
research tax credit issues, including qualification and funded research analysis;
self-directed IRAs and other plan issues, including qualification, prohibited transactions, and the unrelated business income tax;
passive activity loss and at-risk issues, including self-rental and grouping rules; and
routine and contested probate and estate planning matters.