Matt Boch is an attorney with Dover Dixon Horne, PLLC in Little Rock. He advises clients on navigating state and local tax issues and leveraging economic development incentives to further their business goals. Clients rely on Matt for his multistate tax experience as well as his deep understanding of the Arkansas tax world. He guides clients through all the stages of tax controversies, from the point of an initial audit, through administrative appeals, and on to litigation when necessary. He advises companies on tax planning and compliance as well.
As a leading Arkansas tax lawyer, Matt chairs the Arkansas Tax Advisory Council, serves as Secretary of the Arkansas Bar Association Section of Taxation, authors the Arkansas Tax and Incentives Update blog published by Dover Dixon Horne, and also coauthors both the Bloomberg BNA Arkansas Corporate Income Tax Navigator and the forthcoming Arkansas Pass-Through Entity Navigator. At the multistate level, Matt serves as an assistant editor of the Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives and as editor-in-chief of ConNexus, the newsletter of the American Bar Association State and Local Taxes Committee.
In addition to tax and incentives matters, Matt also advises businesses on environmental issues and general corporate, regulatory and commercial matters.
Matt received both his undergraduate and law degree from Harvard University. He is married to Caroline Rothert Boch, a Hot Springs native, and they have three children – Charlotte, Thomas and David. In his free time, he enjoys hiking and camping.