Casey Tuchscher is an associate in MendenFreiman’s tax controversy and tax planning practice areas. She joined the firm in 2019 and is proficient in conducting extensive research on various tax law matters and at evaluating and assessing complicated tax law issues.
Casey enjoys helping clients better understand the laws that govern taxation and what is required of them to remain in compliance. Throughout her career, Casey has represented numerous clients in reducing, eliminating, and/or managing their tax liabilities through negotiating penalty abatements, Installment Agreements, Offers in Compromise, and Innocent Spouse Relief with the Internal Revenue Service and numerous state taxing agencies. Casey’s practice also extends to complex tax planning, including assisting businesses with determining eligibility for and claiming federal tax credits, such as the Employee Retention Tax Credits.