Jaime Reichardt is a state and local tax director at Citrin Cooperman. In this role, he provides consulting advice to all different types of businesses and individuals on income tax, sales tax, gross receipts tax, property tax, realty transfer tax and credits and incentives issues.
Jaime helps companies not only identify potential compliance issues and tax reporting exposures, but also assists with identifying and securing pro-active refunds, tax credits or abatements, and other incentive opportunities. He has been able to secure several million dollars in tax savings and economic development benefits. Jaime also has a proven track record of successfully resolving state tax controversies and audits with various revenue departments across tax types.
Jaime has experience resolving state tax controversies and audits with various revenue departments across tax types, including corporate income tax, franchise and net worth tax, personal income tax, sales and use tax, gross receipts tax, local business privilege or earned income taxes, real and personal property taxes, and unclaimed property. Additionally, he has advised multiple Qualified Opportunity Funds on tax compliance and structuring opportunity zone investments.
Prior to joining the firm, Jaime practiced state and local tax as an attorney with multiple large, well-known law firms in Philadelphia. Before entering private practice, he served as a tax policy advisor to the NJ Treasurer’s Office and Governor’s Office, as well as the head tax policy and economic development lobbyist for New Jersey’s largest business association.