Boston, MA Tax Lawyer: Tom Crice
An attorney and an actuary, Tom brings a unique skill set to the tax challenges faced by individuals and businesses, both at home and abroad.
More than twenty-five years ago Tom left the plains of Kansas to earn his law degree in Washington, D.C. Afterward, he worked as a criminal prosecutor in New York and later became a Fellow in the Society of Actuaries. Now, with a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation from the Boston University School of Law, Tom focuses his practice on taxation in all its civil and criminal aspects.
By working directly with his clients Tom provides them top quality legal services on a wide range of issues while keeping costs lower than larger firms. And by taking time to get to know those he represents, Tom offers the personal service that is crucial to successful planning and tax controversy resolution.
Tom also is strongly committed to his community, freely offering his time.
- Initial consultations are always free of charge.
- Tom volunteers at the Greater Boston Legal Services’ Low Income Taxpayer Clinic, offering free, high quality tax representation to some of the Commonwealth’s most impoverished and disenfranchised citizens.
- Tom is a former member of the Massachusetts Department of Revenue’s Advisory Committee, whose citizen members offer the Commissioner input and advice regarding the Commonwealth’s tax rules and procedures.
Did You Know?
The line between employee and independent contractor is often poorly drawn, leaving both with unexpected tax consequences.
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