Krebs is the president at THE KREBS LAW FIRM, PC and is both a tax
attorney and certified public accountant (CPA) specializing in
personalized tax coaching for business owners. His misson is to
empower business owners by giving them a better understanding of
the tax rules that apply to businesses so they can effectively
decisions about running their enterprises. His empowers business
owners by providing valuable insights to the tax rules. Then
business owners can secure prudent business decisions. Eric
has a national practice representing individuals and business
clients in tax disputes, IRS and state tax audits, and tax planning
matters. Eric's experience includes possessing expert knowledge in
the federal taxation of life insurance companies, running large
corporate tax departments, tax lobbying in Washington, DC, working
for big and small CPA firms, as well as time with the US General
Accountability Office. He now focuses on multifamily
apartment complexes, as well as the favored structure for such entities,
the limited liability company (LLC).
THE KREBS LAW
FIRM, PC, tries to make the tax code work for small businesses as
well as the code works for large organization. For example,
Section 199, the Domestic Production Activity Deduction can apply
to small contractors, engineering firms, film producers, and
advertising firms. It is not a real deduction, but a tax
credit, and can produce unexpected tax benefits for clients.
The firm loves to lead in issues, but keep a low profile.
Graduated law school
in 1993 and he like most lawyers never had a law school course on
LLCs. Unfortunately, not enough time is spent on the LLCs in
law school today. Eric has devoted much time researching, reading,
and discussing with some of the national experts the issues
involving LLCs, both in Texas, as well as Delaware.
Eric is a member
of The College of the State Bar of Texas, and served in the 224th
Intelligence Company in the Army Reserve. THE KREBS LAW FIRM, PC's
website can be found at TheKrebsLawFirm.com.