Bill Vohsing, an experienced and trusted state and local tax practitioner, recently joined Schneider Downs’ State and Local Tax (SALT) practice as a Director after 18 years with a national accounting firm.
Bill’s primary focus at Schneider Downs will be multi-state sales and use tax matters, including audit defense, refund reviews, nexus reviews, taxability analysis, direct pay permits and voluntary disclosure agreements. His areas of expertise include the manufacturing, retail, banking, insurance and healthcare industries as well as the public utilities sector.
Bill has been a frequent speaker for Professional Education Systems. He has also been a guest lecturer for IPT, TEI and the Ohio Tax Conference.
“Bill’s experience and expertise are a valuable addition to the Schneider Downs SALT practice,” said Tim Adams, the Shareholder in charge of State and Local Tax Advisory services. “Bill’s knowledge and experience will be a valuable resource to our business partners, giving them another expert in the field of state and local taxes to assist them with the seemingly constant changes and challenges of the multi-state tax arena.”
Prior to joining the national accounting firm, Bill worked for the Ohio Department of Taxation as well as a major national retailer. He is joining a team of seven established and fully-dedicated SALT professionals already at Schneider Downs. Upon his arrival, Bill remarked that, “I greatly look forward to working with the Schneider Downs SALT group in continuing to assist our business partners with their multi-state tax issues, and helping them to realize tax savings and potential refund opportunities.”
Please join us in welcoming Bill to Schneider Downs, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (614) 586-7147.
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