Donald R. Saxon

Of Counsel

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Donald R. Saxon practices in the areas of taxation, estate planning, business organizations and employee benefits. He is a member of the New Hampshire, Nevada and California Bars, past chair of the tax section of the New Hampshire Bar and a frequent lecturer and writer on taxation, estate planning and employee benefit issues. He has practiced tax and estate planning law since 1976, and is selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® in the fields of Tax Law and Trusts and Estates. He is an assistant professor of accounting at Westminster College.

Don received his bachelor of arts from San Francisco State University, his juris doctor from California Western University where he was a member of Law Review. He holds an L.L.M. degree in taxation from George Washington University. Don served in the United States Marine Corp and retired from the Marine Corps Reserves as a colonel.

Recent articles by Donald R. Saxon:

Using the Tax Code To Establish America's Energy Independence
November 2008

New Deferred Compensation Rules Require Immediate Action
January 2005

Banks Work With Small Businesses to Offer Affordable Health Care Products to Employees
September 2004

An Unpleasant Surprise: The Turn-key Package from the HMO that Isn't
September 2003

Vacation/Sick Day Conversion Plans: A Partial Solution to Rising Health Care Costs
May 2003

Donald R. Saxon

Best Lawyers NH Tax Law 2018

Practice Areas:
Corporate and Securities
Employment Law and Benefits
Venture Capital



Administrative assistant:
Rhonda Davignon

Admitted in:
New Hampshire