Peter C. Pappas, J.D., CPA

    Florida Sales Tax Attorney

    Peter C. Pappas has been practicing law in Florida for 26 years and accounting for 35 years. He is in good standing with the Florida Bar, the Florida Board of Accountancy, the Florida Department of Professional Regulation, and all state and federal regulatory authorities.

    The Pappas Group proudly acknowledges Peter’s long, exemplary record of compliance with the Florida Bar Rules, the Canons of Ethics, and the standards of professionalism and good conduct.

    Peter is a tax attorney and Certified Public Accountant. He has been assisting both federal and state taxpayers with their tax problems for more than 25 years.

    After passing the CPA exam in 1982, Peter began his tax career in Miami, Florida with KPMG (formerly, Peat, Marwick and Mitchell). He later worked as a tax accountant for the Big Four tax and accounting firm, Price Waterhouse Coopers (formerly, Coopers & Lybrand) and as a tax manager for the Big Four tax firm, Deloitte and Touche (formerly, Touche Ross).

    Peter obtained his law degree from The University of Miami School of Law in May, 1989 and, after having passed the Florida Bar exam, was admitted to the Florida Bar in November of 1990.

    He worked as a tax attorney with the law firm of Mateer, Harbert & Bates prior to establishing his tax law and CPA firm in 1992.

    Peter has represented taxpayers before the following divisions and agencies:

    • United States Tax Court
    • United States District Court
    • IRS Audit Division
    • IRS Appeals Division
    • IRS Collection Division
    • IRS Criminal Investigation Division
    • Florida Department of Revenue
    • Criminal Court.

    Peter is the author of the respected and often quoted The Tax Lawyer’s Blog.

    Professional Affiliations

    • Orange County Bar
    • Florida Bar
    • American Association of Attorney-CPAs
    • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
    • Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
    • American Bar Association