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A business and tax oriented law firm located in Northern Virginia (Manassas), Newland & Associates provides individuals and small businesses with a diverse mixture of business, tax, and estate planning advice and services.
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In addition to our other staff, professionals, and consultants, the principal attorney is:
In the past, Tax and Business Professionals, Inc., periodically published a newsletter called "Tax & Business Insights," while Newland & Associates published "Newland's Business Notes." Past editions of both newsletters are available here. These on-line editions may contain information not included in the printed editions. We also provide on-line copies of various informative materials about tax-related planning issues.
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This site was last updated: 10/13/2015
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