Tax Credits & Energy Advisory Services Group

Support for federal tax credit and energy sector issues

Richard Blumenreich

Richard Blumenreich

Principal-in-Charge, Tax Credits and Energy Advisory Services, Washington National Tax, KPMG (US)

+1 202-533-3032

Part of KPMG's Washington National Tax practice, the Tax Credit and Energy Advisory Services (TCEAS) group can help clients navigate the complex rules and dynamic legislative and administrative environment as they structure transactions, fulfill compliance obligations, pursue opportunities, and manage risk.

TCEAS services include:

  • Advising on the availability of tax credits.
  • Assisting in obtaining IRS rulings on technical issues.
  • Advising on recapture risk and related tax issues.
  • Issuing tax opinions.
  • Providing due diligence services in connection with tax credit investment services.
  • Modeling tax credit transactions to showcase the after-tax economic returns of credit deals.
  • Enhancing the information gathering process to support the annual credit claims process.
  • Advising on tax credit structures (including credit partnerships and leasing transactions)
  • Identifying, quantifying, and documenting R&D credits for both current and prior tax years and uncovering new credit opportunities.
  • Preparing tax returns and schedules, performing compliance reviews, and providing IRS audit support.
  • Reviewing documents (operating agreements, tax opinions, loan documents, and projections) and advising on tax-related issues.
  • Assisting clients in understanding the legislative and regulatory environment and the potential impact of law changes.

 

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