Boston Chapter Virtual Meeting

When:  Mar 10, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (ET)
Associated with  Boston Chapter

Save the date for the next Boston Chapter Virtual Meeting.  On March 10, 2021, from 6:30-7:30 pm, Matt Morris will be giving a tax update to the group.   Matt is a tax attorney and partner at Sherin & Lodgen LLP.  He concentrates his practice on tax issues affecting business entities and their stakeholders, which includes controversy resolution at the federal, state, and international levels.  Come join us for an engaging and relevant session from a KPMG alum and a part-time tax instructor at Northeastern University.  "Doors" will open at 6 pm in case you want to come early for virtual networking. 

Below is the registration link.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Look forward to seeing you there.

Speaker Bio:

A partner in the firm’s Corporate Department, Matt Morris provides tax expertise across all segments of Sherin and Lodgen LLP’s practice, with a concentration on tax issues affecting business entities and their stakeholders, including owners and key employees. He has experience in structuring tax-efficient business acquisitions and dispositions and providing comprehensive tax guidance regarding the organizational and operational issues of business entities including partnerships, LLCs, S corporations, non-profit entities, and domestic and foreign taxable corporations. Matt also provides tax advice in connection with real estate investment and development; employee, shareholder, and partner dispute resolution; shareholder and employee agreements; and employee compensation structuring.

In addition to his experience with tax planning, Matt also devotes a significant portion of his practice to federal, state, and international tax controversy resolution. He has worked closely with the IRS Office of the National Taxpayer Advocate, prepared requests for IRS private letter rulings, represented corporate clients in transfer pricing disputes before the U.S. competent authority, and negotiated settlements with the IRS and Massachusetts Department of Revenue (“MDOR”) Offices of Appeals. When the IRS or MDOR are unwilling to settle on mutually agreeable terms, Matt is prepared to litigate. He has represented clients in tax disputes before the U.S. Tax Court, the Massachusetts Appellate Tax Board, and the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.

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