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Lance D. Christensen, CPA - Partner
Lance is a Partner serving in the Tax Department. He brings outstanding credentials to MWE as an experienced Tax Partner with strong business and professional relationships. Over the course of his career he has developed an extensive business and tax background in a broad range of industries and subjects.
Lance's experience extends to both public and privately held companies which he serves with respect to a wide range of tax planning, compliance and consulting matters. His expertise also encompasses the management of foreign and domestic mergers and acquisition tax projects; large and small case tax audits; transfer pricing; state, local and international taxation; pass-through entities; and personal income and estate tax planning on behalf of high net worth families.
A well-recognized expert in various taxation matters, he is a frequent speaker on timely tax-related topics.
Lance received his Bachelors in Accounting from C.W. Post University (Greenvale, NY) and his Masters in Taxation from Pace University. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.
May 20, 2019How to Survive an IRS Tax Audit
Receiving notice that you’re being audited by the IRS may send you into a frenzy.But experts recommend taking a deep breath.
May 16, 2019New York, California get ‘aggressive’ when residents try to flee high taxes
As a result of the new tax law, an increasing number of residents are looking to leave high-tax states such as New York and California, but these states are not making it easy.Fox Business recently caught up with MWE tax partner Lance Christensen to talk about how certain states are becoming aggressive when…
April 12, 20193 big tax planning takeaways from Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s 2018 return
In a move towards transparency, Presidential candidate Sen.Elizabeth Warren released her tax returns to the public this week.
February 28, 2019What Is a 1099 Form and Who Gets One?
February 20, 2019Some of your deductions may be smaller (or nonexistent) when you file your 2018 tax return
While the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) reduces most income tax rates and expands some tax breaks, it limits or eliminates several itemized deductions that have been valuable to many individual taxpayers.Here are five deductions you may see shrink or disappear when you file your 2018 income tax return:
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