Jeffrey D. Moss is a Member of Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler, PLC. He concentrates his legal practice in the areas of tax law, estate planning, business transactions, tax exempt non-profit matters, and real estate transactions. He is also co-chair of the Corporate Practice Group and chair of the Business Development Committee for the Firm.
In Jeffrey’s tax practice, he counsels companies and their owners, individuals and fiduciaries, and beneficiaries regarding tax planning, estate and succession planning, asset protection and tax compliance. Jeffrey uses these skills to counsel functional and dysfunctional businesses in business transition and succession planning matters.
Jeffrey’s corporate practice involves structuring and handling mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations, asset purchase and sale transactions, stock purchase and sale transactions, liquidations, recapitalizations, and related transactions. He also has a subspecialty of advising and representing inbound foreign subsidiary corporations.
Jeffrey also has many physician and medical practitioner clients and has been actively involved in issues confronting medical professionals, including practice formation and separation, buy-sell agreements, estate planning and asset protection solutions, creation of limited liability companies, and other issues related to the medical and healthcare areas.
He also has experience in international tax planning, choice of entity, and other tax-advantage structures. Mr. Moss has experience with IRS controversies including the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program, Offers in Compromise and Installment Agreements and is admitted to practice in front of the IRS and in U.S. Tax Court.
In the nonprofit area, Jeffrey handles the formation and qualification of entities as tax exempt under federal tax law for charitable purposes. He also represents many real estate professionals in acquisitions, sales, leasing, syndications, and tax-deferred 1031 transactions.
For his article titled “Solar Panels, Tax Incentives and Your House,” published by the ABA’s Property & Probate Magazine in January 2010, he was honored with a 2010 Excellence in Writing Award. The article was named the magazine’s Best Cutting Edge Article of 2010. Jeffrey has written many other articles and presentations, and is a frequent speaker and presenter.
Since 2013, he has been a member of the Board of Directors of Yad Ezra, a public charity. Beginning in 2018, he has also been involved as an Officer and Treasurer.
Jeffrey earned his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School in 1993 and his LLM in Taxation from Wayne State University Law School in 1999. He received his B.A., with honors, from the James Madison College at Michigan State University in 1990.