As a Managing Director and National Tax Leader, Ryan is responsible for client service, specializing in Corporate Tax, M&A Tax and Risk Mitigation.
Ryan’s 20 years of industry and public accounting experience includes work with large and midsized domestic and international companies. He advises clients on tax planning and risk mitigation, restructuring, reorganizations, taxable and non-taxable acquisitions, ASC740 business combinations and tax function optimization. Ryan serves clients across industries including financial services, manufacturing, energy, technology and transportation.
Ryan led Grant Thornton LLP’s tax practices in Kansas City and St. Louis and was senior tax counsel for H&R Block, Inc. He started his career with Arthur Andersen, LLP.
In this webinar, Riveron’s experts provide an overview of the S corporation qualifications and election requirements, risks that may arise during acquisition or disposition due diligence, and potential structuring opportunities and costs.
The result of simplification creates less subjectivity for tax departments, advisors and practitioners. While creating many opportunities for experienced tax professionals to excel, this effect, in combination with advancing technologies like Artificial Intelligence, automates routine processes that may ultimately replace new tax associates’ daily tasks. So where does that leave tax practices and their entry level associates?