Miranda Morgan concentrates her practice in tax law, with a focus in gift, estate and trust taxation. She advises individuals on estate planning, succession planning, charitable planning and wealth transfer planning. Miranda represents fiduciaries in estate administration matters and counsels trustees on trust administration and fiduciary responsibilities. She also represents clients in controversies with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), including examinations and other proceedings at all administrative levels of the IRS.

Miranda received her Bachelor of Arts from The Ohio State University, summa cum laude. She received her juris doctorate from The Ohio State University College of Law, graduating with honors, and was the chief managing editor of The Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. While practicing law, Miranda earned her Master of Laws in Taxation (LL.M.) from Capital University Law School, summa cum laude.
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  • “Who Do You Trust? Estate planning benefits from a professional approach,” Columbus CEO, January 2016.
  • “New IRS program allows workers to be reclassified with minimal tax liability,” Tax Alert, October 4, 2011.
  • “Do Not Overlook Your Cafeteria Plan,” Employment Trends, Winter 2011.
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