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Charlotte Ochs

Charlotte Ochs
Charlotte has over a decade's experience as an attorney representing individuals, partnerships, and corporations in many areas of federal and state tax law. With her Masters in Tax Law from the University of Houston and a license to practice before the United States Tax Court, she has successfully defended taxpayers in IRS proceedings from across several industries.

Recent Posts

How to Successfully Continue Your R&D Credit Claims

Written by Charlotte Ochs. Updated Mar 13, 2019.

What does it mean to be prepared? Googling it, you’ll find the word ‘prepared’ defined as ‘ready to do or deal with something,’ but the relevance of this definition has a lot to do with what that ‘something’ is.

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R&D Credits ‘Make the Cut’ with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Written by Charlotte Ochs. Updated Jan 19, 2019.

When President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) into law a little over a year ago, he enacted the most sweeping update to the U.S. tax code since the 1986 tax reform enacted under President Reagan.

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