John Milikowsky, Founder of Milikowsky Tax Law, often faces these questions: “why do you do what you do?”  and “why are you a tax attorney?” To him, the answer is simple, “I really enjoy keeping businesses in business.”  

Listen to John himself explain why he does what he does- defend businesses against a battle against government agency audits. 


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Why Tax Law?

John saves businesses as an attorney; whether it’s defending an IRS or a State of California Audit, defending somebody in a criminal indictment involving a tax issue, or helping a CPA properly report a transaction that’s complicated on a tax return. 

“I really enjoy doing this because at the end of the day, we’re here for one purpose- to help businesses and to keep people’s livelihood intact.”  If/when the government challenges a business, John and his team defend the client and the individual properly, so they can keep their livelihoods. Their diligent work, attention to detail, and passion for the job helps businesses continue doing what they’re passionate about.

Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) Implementation 

As an entrepreneur, John is involved in the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO). The organization supports hundreds of people worldwide divided into several different chapters. The forums that create each chapter are divided into various companies that work in entirely different spaces. John’s forum is composed of an entrepreneur who makes HR posters, another who makes fish tanks for larger aquatic centers like SeaWorld, and more. 

Oftentimes in his EO meetings, John hears, “Wow! Tax is just so boring.” But in reality- it’s not. John views tax as a means to get a result. His office assists clients by either getting out of a criminal indictment or uncovering that they, in fact, do not owe the additional taxes. 

John consistently searches for ways to streamline operations in his own business. He understands that doing so produces better results for clients. Moreover, it keeps them happy

In 2020, Mr. Milikowsky began Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) implementation. This system takes apart each task that needs to be done for the clients and for the business and then allocates those tasks to the employee who has both the passion and competance for completing that task.

The office at Milikowsky Tax Law has seen extraordinary results internally after the implementation of EOS. Furthermore, the client cases have seen even better results. The office works more efficiently, and employee satisfaction reflects these positive changes. In short, the clients and employees at Milikowsky Tax Law are happy. 

Read our next article to learn more about John Milikowsky, his journey to becoming a tax attorney, and meet the members of his team at Milikowsky Tax Law.

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