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Frank C. Mayer


Albany, NY

(518) 533-3219

(518) 533-3299 fax

Bar/Court Admissions

  • New York
  • Pennsylvania


  • Syracuse University College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 1996)
  • University at Albany, State University of New York (M.B.A., 1983)
  • Siena College (B.B.A., cum laude, 1981)

Frank C. Mayer

Frank is a business law attorney whose primary areas of practice include corporate and business law, tax planning for closely-held, manufacturing and service businesses, estate planning and estate administration with a concentration in tax-related matters. He provides advice on choice of entity decisions, worker classification issues, corporate reorganizations, business succession planning and a variety of other tax issues. He has extensive experience in federal and state payroll matters involving taxation, withholding and reporting of income, including the preparation of Forms 941, 941-X, W-2 and W-2c.

Frank has substantial experience helping clients resolve complex federal and state tax matters before both the IRS Appeals Office and the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, including the Bureau of Conciliation and Mediation Services, the Division of Tax Appeals and the Tax Appeals Tribunal.

Frank also has experience in a wide range of international tax matters, including treaty planning and interpretation as well as Forms W-8 and 1042-S withholding tax issues, involving both in-bound and out-bound investments. He frequently assists clients with immigration related tax matters involving workers performing services within the U.S. and abroad, including review and interpretation of Totalization Agreements as well as executive and employee transfer issues.

Frank's practice encompasses several other areas, including multi-state taxation as well as not-for-profit governance and tax matters. He is also a certified public accountant.

Previously, Frank practiced tax law with a large national law firm located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Before beginning his legal career, Frank was employed by a "Big 4" public accounting firm and later a multinational oil company, where his responsibilities included tax planning for domestic and international transactions, financial forecasting, development of business plans and the performance of manufacturing based, competitive analysis and business valuation studies.