Irving Koffler has represented businesses, professionals, and individual clients in matters of federal and state taxes for more than 40 years.
Mr. Koffler’s areas of expertise include income and corporate tax planning, retirement plans and employee benefits, estate planning and administration, charitable trusts and foundations, formation, acquisition and sale of business entities, and shareholder agreements and succession planning.
Mr. Koffler has extensive experience in designing estate plans and administration of estates, and has written a number of articles on estate and charitable planning. He is a frequent speaker on estate and retirement planning.
Currently busy imparting my sage wisdom on anyone who can’t get away fast enough.
LL.M., Taxation, 1973, New York University Graduate School of Law
J.D., 1965, Temple University
B.S., with honors, 1962, Accounting, Temple University
Mr. Koffler is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as well as the U.S. Tax Court.
Camden County Bar Association, Chairman, Tax Section, 1978-1979
New Jersey Bar Association, Executive Council, Tax Section, 1980-1994
Mr. Koffler has served on the Board of Trustees for Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill for many years.