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Jeffrey D. Cohen, Esq., C.P.A., joined Frascona, Joiner Goodman, and Greenstein P.C. as Of Counsel in 2023. Previously, he established The Cohen Law Firm, P.C. in 2003 and held the position of managing shareholder for two decades. Jeff's professional focus encompasses estate planning and probate administration for individuals and their families, business formation and succession planning, as well as tax consulting. He also possesses expertise in tax controversy services, offering representation to both business and individual clients in dealings with various taxing authorities.

Jeff draws on his many years of tax experience to help business clients with everything from selecting the right entity to navigating complex business transactions. His tax background also gives him a unique perspective on estate planning as he looks at the whole picture of financial well-being for his clients as well as protecting their legacies for loved ones.

Prior to forming The Cohen Law Firm, P.C., Jeff was a tax manager with the national public accounting firm, Deloitte. Jeff also specialized in providing tax and accounting services to closely held businesses as part of a boutique tax accounting firm based in Denver, Colorado.

Jeff is a licensed attorney in the state of Colorado. He is also a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the state of Colorado. In addition, Jeff is licensed to practice before the United States Tax Court.

When he is not working, Jeff enjoys snowboarding, golfing, and spending time with his wife and two sons.

  • LL.M. (Taxation) – New York University - 1998
  • J.D. – Michigan State University – 1996
  • B.A. – Michigan State University – 1992
  • Member, Colorado Bar Association
  • Member, Boulder County Bar Association
  • Member, Boulder County Estate Planning Council
  • Board Member and Bylaws Committee Member, Boulder Country Club
  • Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • Member, Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants (COCPA)


Tax Guidance for New Businesses

Whether you are starting a new business or have a well-established one already in place, it is important to have experienced legal and tax counsel to provide ongoing guidance and advice. Business issues and legal documents can be confusing. Having a good attorney and the right legal documents in place can go a long way

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Adult Children

Under Colorado law, your child becomes a legal adult at age 18. Parents who still think of themselves as protectors and advisers, even after their children become legal adults, often do not consider the real-world implications of that milestone birthday. It is important, as parents, that you understand what legal documents your adult child should

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Tax Items for Divorce

If you are going through a divorce or separation, taxes may be the last thing on your mind. However, poor tax planning during this process can lead to huge headaches down the road. We have experience helping clients navigate the potential tax pitfalls that can negatively impact their marital estate. We can work alongside your divorce attorney to

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IRS Notice

Hopefully you never receive a dreaded IRS tax notice in the mail. IRS tax notices can be hard to interpret and even harder to know how to resolve. This is where we can help. We have over 20 years of experience dealing with the IRS and we can work with the IRS on your behalf

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IRS Audits

IRS Audits: The Probability and How to Survive One Fortunately, most taxpayers will never have to deal with the feared IRS audit (also called an examination). Historically, less than 1 percent of all individual tax returns are selected for audit each year. However, the likelihood of an audit increases based on several factors, including the

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Important Documents

An important part of estate planning that is often overlooked is the creation of an “Important Information and Documents” folder. This may be either a physical or digital folder, and it should contain your important information and documents, that is, the items your loved ones would need if something were to happen to you. Organizing

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IRS Notice for Small Businesses

After years of low examination rates, the IRS has recently announced that they are planning to increase audits of small businesses by about 50% during the 2021 tax year. They are even planning to hire more specialized auditors to strengthen their enforcement efforts in order to accomplish this increased audit rate. Although the possibility of

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Business Succession Planning

Business Succession Planning – Cultivate Enduring Value in Your Company Business succession planning may be one of the most challenging issues a small business owner will face. However, a well-conceived succession agreement can minimize friction among owners, relatives, and key executives and ensure the business endures for the next generation. Many small business owners may

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Business Formation

Business Entity Selection Entity selection is one of the most important decisions a new business venture has to make.The choice you make about the structure of your business will affect how much you pay in taxes, the level of risk to your personal assets, and even your ability for funding. Our firm can help advise

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Operating Agreements Reminders

Important Reminders for Any Entity that requires an Operating Agreement. It is important to review each Operating Agreement each year; especially since there has been new rules that have been passed that affect certain aspects of the agreement. Below is a list of some items to help you review the agreement: Ensure that the new

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Jeff Cohen is of counsel with Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C., a Colorado law firm. His practice areas include Estate Planning, Probate and Estate Administration, Business and Succession Planning, Tax Consulting, Tax Controversy Services, Non-Profit Law. Contact Jeff Cohen.

Disclaimer — Content is general information only. Information is not provided as advice for a specific matter, nor does its publication create an attorney-client relationship. Laws vary from one state to another. For legal advice on a specific matter, consult an attorney.

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