​Solomon has given tax presentations to attorneys for Continuing Legal Education credit, to accountants for Continuing Professional Education credit and to business professionals.  Solomon has also written articles for laypeople and professionals, including an article he coauthored for the August 2011 issue of the Journal of Taxation entitled, Is the Trading Safe Harbor for Non-U.S. Tax Payers Compatible with the Section 475(f) Election?

Prior to obtaining his LL.M. in Taxation from New York University Law School and his J.D. from Cardozo Law School, Solomon who is also a CPA, worked in a supervisory audit position for the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Justice, where he was recognized with the Inspector General’s Award of Honor.
Solomon is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey and before the United State Tax Court.  Together with his colleagues, he is prepared to handle virtually any matter you may encounter.

Solomon Steiman has broad experience in the fields of tax and law.  Before opening his practice, Solomon was involved in tax structuring at a global accounting firm, where he developed close relationships with a select group of talented professionals, whom he continues to collaborate with today. He is thus able to offer you both the personalized attention of a small firm, along with the depth and breadth provided by broader, multi-disciplinary firms. 

Solomon also has broad experience in the areas of elder law and guardianships, where he has represented clients in various counties, as well as being appointed to assist the Court through his designation as an Article 81 New York Supreme Court Examiner in Queens.


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