Scott M. Susko counsels clients on all aspects of state and local tax matters. He represents individuals and businesses throughout the country at every stage of state and local tax controversies, including audit defense, administrative appeals and litigation. Scott also assists clients through changes in their business that can affect their tax posture, such as entry into new geographic or product markets, merger and acquisition activity, or state legislative developments.
In addition, Scott has particularly deep experience in multistate tax planning as well as assessing state and local tax risks for financial statement purposes.
Beyond Scott’s state and local tax practice, he regularly works with clients to identify, negotiate and secure economic development incentives for businesses that plan on adding jobs and/or capital investment in a broad range of industries.
Scott is a regular contributor to the Journal of Multistate Taxation and State Tax Notes, and speaks frequently at tax conferences, including programs offered by the Committee on State Taxation (COST), Tax Executives Institute (TEI), the Boston Bar Association (BBA), New York State Business Council and the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT).