Theodore A. Sinars, Esq.
Ted concentrates his practice in the areas of Internal Revenue Service civil and criminal taxation, procedure and litigation. In the area of civil taxation, this includes representation of corporations, individuals, partnerships, government entities, tax exempt organizations, trusts and estates in audits and administrative appeals and in Tax Court, federal district court and appellate matters. Representative issues include: defining income under multiple theories; deductions; basis; valuation; depreciation and amortization; tax shelter investments; employment taxes; transfer taxes; excise taxes; and penalties. Ted also represents taxpayers in connection with similar matters before the Illinois Department of Revenue. In the area of criminal tax and white collar criminal investigations, Ted has represented numerous individual and corporate clients during the course of Internal Revenue Service and grand jury investigations, Department of Justice Tax Division and United States Attorney’s Office review and federal district court litigation and appellate matters.