Kathleen has specialized in tax accounting methods for more than 20 years and has provided tax consulting, project management and IRS exam support services primarily to mid‐sized and large multinational companies in the manufacturing, distribution, retail, consumer product, high‐tech and telecommunications industries. Her project management and implementation experience includes M&A transaction costs, R&D credit and § 199 (domestic production activities deduction) studies, inventory accounting methods (FIFO, LIFO, uniform capitalization, cash/trade discounts, inventory write‐downs and the retail inventory method), as well as tax accounting methods involving tangible and intangible property and the timing of income and expenses. Additionally, she has authored articles and spoken on accounting methods, inventory, M&A transaction costs, repair regulations and § 199 topics at firm‐sponsored and professional organization seminars.
Master of Science in taxation
Bentley College - Waltham, Massachusetts
Bachelor of Science in accounting
Boston College - Massachusetts