Experienced Tax Attorney Washington DC

With over ten years combined experience in the legal and accounting industries, Kent Rackett is an invaluable asset to those seeking legal and financial services for their personal life or business. This D.C. Tax Attorney is a one-stop shop for self employed professionals and small business, as he can offer legal AND tax advice.

“My practice is dedicated to promoting Tax and Legal Services to help individuals and small businesses save money and protect their legal rights…” Kent, D.C. Tax & Business Lawyer

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Develop a Relationship with a Lawyer you can Trust !

Great Alternative to a Larger Law or Accounting Firm where you feel like “Just another Client!” Perfect for Self Employed or Small Business Owners who need to utilize the Services of a both Lawyer and Accountant.

Can’t Meet In Person- No Problem

Many engagements handled virtually with a POWER OF ATTORNEY. Fax or Email me your Tax Notice and I will Review it for FREE and call you Back! Solve your Tax Problem. Get Peace of Mind TODAY..It’s Fast and Easy!

Client Testimonial

"I highly recommend Kent. I hired Kent for a complex tax issue. He is everything you could hope for in a attorney. Good communication, friendly, hard working, reliable, and extremely knowledgeable."


Joe, Business Client
2018-02-23T11:50:08+00:00
"I highly recommend Kent. I hired Kent for a complex tax issue. He is everything you could hope for in a attorney. Good communication, friendly, hard working, reliable, and extremely knowledgeable." Joe, Business Client

"His demeanor is very reassuring and courteous but when needed, he has proved himself to be a very assertive and highly effective advocate."


Matt, Self-Employed
2018-02-23T11:49:43+00:00
"His demeanor is very reassuring and courteous but when needed, he has proved himself to be a very assertive and highly effective advocate." Matt, Self-Employed

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