Nathan Haynor is an Associate in the Transportation & Logistics practice group at FMJ. His practice focuses on commercial lending, structured finance, equipment finance and leasing, secured finance, and complex sales and use tax issues.
Nate believes creating effective client relationships requires a thorough understanding of each client’s situation which can only be learned through active listening and pointed questions. Clients enjoy working with Nate because he is able to explain complex matters in an understandable and straightforward manner, find creative solutions to unpalatable issues, and works hard to ensure the client’s experience is as enjoyable and uneventful as possible.
Prior to joining FMJ, Nate worked as a tax attorney with the Minnesota Department of Revenue where he advised the Commissioner of Revenue and the Attorney General on complex sales and use tax issues, litigation, and legislation, and disclosure and data practices matters. After law school, Nate was an attorney for a small tax law firm in Minnesota. He received his J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law and his B.A. in Legal Studies from Hamline University in St. Paul.
Hamline University (BA)
William Mitchell College of Law (JD)
United States Tax Court
Is Your Business an Essential Business During COVID-19? Transportation Edition, FMJ Newsroom (March 2020)
COVID-19 and Taxes: What You Should Be Thinking About, FMJ Newsroom (March 2020)
A Tax Collector Walks into a Hangar: Minimizing State Sales and Use Taxes When Purchasing an Aircraft, FMJ Newsroom (March 2020)
“I work to ensure that the client understands all the facts, issues, and law applicable to their particular situation so they can make timely informed decisions to achieve their goals and desired outcome.”
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Outside of work Nate enjoys running, cooking, reading non-fiction, and watching documentaries. He also considers himself an aviation enthusiast – he obtained his private pilot license at the age of 18 and has flown on numerous vintage aircraft, including a 1929 Ford Tri-Motor and a 1945 Boeing B-17 “Flying Fortress.” Being a lifelong Minnesotan, Nate’s favorite sport is hockey and the Minnesota Wild is his favorite team.