Sarah focuses her practice on a wide variety of tax planning and controversy matters for both individuals and entities.
Sarah counsels clients with respect to structuring cross-border investments, including matters related to Subpart F, PFICs, FIRPTA, treaty interpretation and application, and withholding and information reporting regimes, including FBAR and FATCA reporting obligations. She advises her clients on a variety of federal, state, local and international tax matters and related fiscal arrangements, including mergers, acquisitions, reorganizations, divestitures and spin-offs and the formation and operation of corporate and non-corporate joint ventures, partnerships and limited liability companies.
Sarah previously worked at a boutique tax law firm in New York City.
New York University School of Law, LL.M. in Taxation
University of Pittsburgh School of Law, J.D., cum laude
Franklin & Marshall College, B.A., summa cum laude
Phi Beta Kappa
Quoted, “IRS Provides Safe Harbor for 2020 Expenses Paid with PPP Loans,” SHRM HR Today, April 26, 2021
Author, “IRS to Provide Safe Harbor to Certain Businesses That Received a PPP Loan But Did Not Deduct Eligible Expenses,” April 23, 2021
Author, “Significant Tax Provisions of COVID-19 Relief Legislation,” December 28, 2020
Author, “IRS Issued FAQs Providing Guidance on Interaction of PPP Loans and Employee Retention Credit,” December 22, 2020
Presenter, “The Basics of Non-Profit Entities,” accredited CLE program, October 29, 2020