How Bonita Helps Clients
Bonita Wang’s legal practice includes civil tax controversies with the Internal Revenue Service, including U.S. Tax Court litigation; handling audit and collection matters; representing corporations and individuals in both administrative and litigation matters in front of the Internal Revenue Service; and IRS Voluntary Disclosure.
What Clients Can Expect
A passionate person who tentatively listens to a client’s need and always strives to resolve the client’s legal issues in the client’s best interest.
Outside the Office
Outside the office, Bonita loves to cook and spend time with family.
Always keep in mind that being adversarial and litigating in Tax Court is not the goal; the goal is to help taxpayers resolve their tax matters in the most amicable and economical way.
- Helped client resolve approximately $2 million of loss disallowed by the IRS in an audit of a real estate business. The allowance of the loss deduction was conceded by the IRS after submission of taxpayer’s protest letter without even going through Appeals Conference.
- Helped client resolve more than $1 million of disallowed loss proposed by the IRS in auditing a multi-state hospitality corporation.
University of Florida Levin College of Law, LL.M., Graduate Tax Scholar, Taxation
Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, J.D., cum laude; Sr. Managing Editor, Law Review
University of Central Florida, M.A.
Nankai University, B.A.
- United States Tax Court
The Florida Bar: Tax Section
The Georgia Bar
Hillsborough County Bar Association
Florida West Coast Employee Benefits Council: Board of Directors (2011-2014), Secretary (2011-2013)
- Mandarin Chinese