Nelson D. Rodes
Nelson is an Associate at Frost Brown Todd (FBT). His practice focuses on civil and criminal tax litigation matters, where he draws on his past experience serving as a summer law clerk for the Hon. Joseph R. Goeke of the United States Tax Court. He has experience with federal, state and local tax matters. Nelson has also assisted with the formation of non-profit entities and with the tax implications of general business transactions.
Prior to FBT, Nelson worked in the National Tax Department of a Big Four accounting firm where he focused in the area of state and local transactional tax, assisting clients with the tax consequences of mergers and acquisitions and post-transactional planning.
Recent Blog Posts
- A Roadmap for Obtaining (and not Losing) the Benefits of Section 1202 Stock
- Planning Ideas for Avoiding IRC § 1061's Three-Year Holding Period Requirement
- What Service Businesses Qualify for IRC §§ 199A's or 1202's Benefits?
- Horse Owners’ Ability to Utilize a Section 179 Deduction Against Income from Multiple Active Trades or Businesses
Civic & Charitable Organizations
- Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program, Tax Preparer, 2012
Non-FBT Publications and Events
Presenter, “Tax: Nexus, Exemptions and More,” National Business Institute Seminar on Manufacturing Law. Louisville, June 22, 2017