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Washington Tax Brief

The Washington Tax Brief is a webcast series offered by the AICPA to help keep members informed on legislative and regulatory tax issues in Washington that may affect you, your practice, and/or your clients.

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Eileen Sherr, Kristin Esposito, Jeaneen Zanovello


3 months

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How federal tax issues will affect your state

Join us for guidance regarding:

  • Current AICPA tax-related advocacy initiatives
  • Proposed tax law changes
  • Fundamental tax reform with recent changes to IRS regulations

This is a must-see webcast for tax practitioners.

Key Topics

  • Current AICPA tax-related advocacy initiatives
  • Proposed tax law changes and fundamental tax reform discussions important to you
  • Recent changes to IRS regulations and other guidance

Learning Outcomes

  • Assess and evaluate legislative and regulatory tax developments
  • Identify emerging tax policy and advocacy initiatives

Who Will Benefit

CPAs, accounting and finance professionals working in small firms, large firms and as sole practitioners

More Details
NASBA Field of Study
Previous experience in the development or approval of tax policy, testimony, comment letters and formal positions on rulings, legislation, Department of the Treasury regulations, notices, determinations, forms, and other regulatory and administrative guidance on taxation matters.
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Eileen Sherr
Eileen Sherr is a Director – Tax Policy & Advocacy of the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (the Association, also includes and referred to as AICPA) in Washington, DC. She assists in the development and implementation of the Association’s tax policy and advocacy, including the formulation, review, and submission to Congress, Treasury, and the IRS of tax technical and policy recommendations. She also plays a key role in the development of the Association’s testimony for tax-related Congressional hearings. She also represents the Association with various tax related organizations, including the American College of Trust and Estate Council (ACTEC), American Bankers Association Trust Tax Committee, and Tax Executives Institute. Ms. Sherr staffs the Association’s Trust, Estate, and Gift Tax Technical Resource Panel and its Foreign Trust Task Force; writes and presents on emerging tax legislative and regulatory issues; and interacts with government officials, other organizations, and the media. Ms. Sherr obtained her Master of Taxation degree and Bachelors of Accountancy degree from The George Washington University. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and has earned her Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) designation. Ms. Sherr is a frequent speaker at national and state CPA society tax conferences and webcasts. Ms. Sherr has authored articles in The Tax Adviser, Journal of Accountancy, Journal of Accountancy Online, CPA Letter Daily, Practicing CPA, and Practical Accountant; has written blogs for AICPA Insights; has recorded podcasts, webcasts, and videos for the AICPA website; has been interviewed on CNN, Fox Business News, and Scripps; and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Forbes, Reuters, CBS News,, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Tribune, The Hill, Politico, Law360,, Checkpoint Newstand, Tax Notes Today, Bloomberg BNA, BNA Daily Tax Reports, CCH Tax Day, CCH Federal Tax Weekly, Accounting Today, WEBCPA, Marketwatch, NerdWallet, NYSSCPA Trusted Professional, and the Rockville Gazette.
Kristin Esposito
Kristin Esposito is a Senior Manager with the AICPA Tax Policy & Advocacy team based in Washington, DC. In this role she is the Tax Policy Advisor to the Employee Benefits Tax Technical Resource Panel and the Corporations and Shareholders Tax Technical Resource Panel, and related task forces. She also supports AICPA tax policy and advocacy efforts through the development, review and submission to Congress, the Department of the Treasury, and the Internal Revenue Service of technical and policy recommendations as well as testimony for tax-related congressional hearings.
Jeaneen Zanovello
Jeaneen Zanovello is a Lead Specialist for the American Institute of CPA’s (AICPA) Tax Policy & Advocacy Team whose mission is to serve the public interest by assisting AICPA members to be the most trusted professional providers of tax services, and by advocating sound tax policy and effective administration. In this role, she provides communications support, website maintenance, project coordination and administrative assistance to the Tax Policy & Advocacy Team. In these areas, she is responsible for the development of conceptualizing visual imagery and creative appearances of the AICPA Tax Policy and Advocacy webpages and multimedia materials for the AICPA members. Ms. Zanovello obtained her B.A. from the Art Institute of Washington.

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