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March 4, 2013 
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New Blog Focuses on Making Tax Law Easier to Navigate for Business Owners and Entrepreneurs

Gray Reed & McGraw is pleased to announce the addition of Texas Tax Talk, ( to its blogging network. David Gair, an Associate with Gray Reed & McGraw, started the blog to provide quality content to business owners, entrepreneurs, high-wealth individuals, accountants and CPAs who have tax controversy and tax planning questions.

"My goal for this blog is to report on developments in tax law in a way that is easy to understand and convenient to use," Gair said. "If you are a business owner, I want you to be able to help navigate the federal and state tax laws.

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Texas Tax Talk author David Gair is Board Certified in Tax Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and David focuses on tax matters and tax litigation in the United States Tax Court, United States Court of Federal Claims, the United States Bankruptcy Courts and the United States District Courts. David's representation involves complex international and domestic civil and criminal matters. He also does a significant amount of administrative controversy work. This often involves representation of clients who are under criminal investigation, a civil audit or who have serious IRS collection concerns. David's practice also involves tax planning for entrepreneurs and businesses. This planning is holistic in nature and involves examining solutions that best serve the client from the myriad of taxation, liability concerns, and other regulatory issues. David is admitted to practice in Texas and Colorado.

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