Ira Langer has overall responsibility for the retirement services provided by the firm. He is a tax attorney with over 25 years of experience concentrating in the areas of pension, profit-sharing and employee benefit law. His clients include professionals, the stockholders of professional and closely held corporations, sole proprietors and the principals of partnerships. He emphasizes optimization of retirement plans for clients and their businesses and coordinating retirement benefit distributions with clients' estate planning programs.
Analysis of Internal Revenue Code and Regulation provisions and IRS rulings and pronouncements applicable to day-to-day qualified plan administration issues is one of Ira's special areas of concentration. His services include personal tax planning, development of tax reduction strategies for businesses, structuring and restructuring of qualified and cafeteria plans, and representation of clients before the Internal Revenue Service.
Prior to entering private practice, Ira was a trial attorney in the Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. He is the author of numerous publications, including The Tax Planner, a tax strategy text for mid-level taxpayers, and is a frequent lecturer to professional audiences on tax and employee benefit law.
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