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Pridgeon & Zoss, PLLC - Edina, MN

7301 Ohms LaneSuite 420 Edina, MN 55439- 2347

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Updated: 05/14/2021

Edina Tax Law Firm


Our firm handles legal matters in the following practice areas: Taxpayer Representation, Tax Litigation, and Tax Consulting. Our primary focus involves resolving tax disputes with the Internal Revenue Service, the Minnesota Department of Revenue and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development...

About Pridgeon & Zoss, PLLC

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Pridgeon Law Office

Practice Areas

  • Tax Law

Published Works

  • When Is A Penalty Not A Penalty: Internal Revenue Service Trust Fund Recovery Assessments, MNCPA Footnote Magazine, 1995
  • IRS Survival Guidelines: New Rules on Installment Payment Agreements, MNCPA Footnote Magazine, 1996
  • Penalty, 1996
  • Penalty, 1994

Classes and Seminars

  • Adjunct Professor, Master of Business in Taxation Program, University of Minnesota, 1989 - 1992
  • Speaker, Internal Revenue Service Collection Procedures, 1993
  • Speaker, Representing A Taxpayer During An IRS Audit, 1993
  • Speaker, 100% Payroll Tax Penalty: Who Can Be Held Responsible, MNCPA, 1995
  • Speaker, Internal Revenue Service Audit Developments, MNCPA Annual Tax Conference, 1995
  • Speaker, Internal Revenue Service Collection Procedures, MEGA Conference, May 30, 1996
  • Speaker, How to Handle a Case in Tax Court (Federal and State) Taxpayer's Attorney's Perspective, Minnesota Institute for Legal Education (MILE), 1996
  • Speaker, Internal Revenue Service Collection Procedures, Current Audits and One Hundred Percent Penalties by Mark Pridgeon and Saul Bernick, MNCPA Annual Tax Conference, 1996
  • Speaker, Handling A Criminal Investigation Division Investigation, Hennepin County Bar Association, November 8, 1999
  • Speaker, Ten Classic Court Cases With Lasting Impact, 1999
  • Speaker, Tax Law Changes, 1999
  • Speaker, Recent Developments in Federal Tax Controversies, Hennepin County Bar Association, September 11, 2000
  • Speaker, Representing Your Clients With Tax Controversies Before the Tax Authorities, MSBA's 60th Annual Tax Institute, November 14, 2000
  • Speaker, You Said Avoidance, I Say Evasion... Issues in Criminal Tax, MSBA's 61st Annual Tax Institute, November 12, 2001
  • Speaker, Recent Developments in Federal Tax Controversies, Hennepin County Bar Association, October 13, 2003
  • Speaker, Tax Developments, Jim Stanko, Honeywell, February 23, 1999



Office Information


7301 Ohms LaneSuite 420 Edina, MN 55439- 2347


  • 952-835-0201

Other Offices

Pridgeon & Zoss, PLLC 2812 Anthony Lane South Suite 200 St. Anthony, MN 55418 612-455-8948

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