Madison Felder helps clients navigate state and local tax (SALT) and federal tax laws in pursuit of their economic development goals. His experience includes drafting fee-in-lieu of tax (FILOT) agreements, drafting infrastructure credit agreements, filing claims for refunds, and applying for various tax incentives for economic development.
In addition, Madison assists clients with tax questions in a wide variety of areas, including tax controversy, tax planning, business incentives, and corporate formation. For example, he has represented businesses on income tax issues before the South Carolina Department of Revenue, property tax issues before local taxing authorities, and license tax issues before out-of-state regulators. He has also advised international clients on corporate law, ranging from initial corporate formation decisions to buy-sell agreements to merger transactions.
Additionally, Madison has advised large retail and distribution clients on the alcohol licensing process, including interacting on their behalf with the Department of Revenue. He has experience advising clients in all three tiers of South Carolina's alcohol distribution system.
Madison earned a master's in tax law from the University of Florida, a law degree from the University of South Carolina, and a bachelor's degree from Wofford College.