Brett Sinsabaugh Advocates for Tax Conformity Legislation with the VSCPA
Keiter Business Assurance and Advisory Services Manager, Brett Sinsabaugh, was featured in the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountant's (VSCPA) Member Spotlight highlighting his efforts in passing tax conformity legislation and why advocacy has always been an important part of his role with the VSCPA.
“Member Spotlight: Brett Sinsabaugh Immerses Himself in Advocacy” Excerpt:
At a relatively young age, Brett Sinsabaugh, CPA, finds himself a grizzled veteran of the VSCPA’s advocacy efforts. Now he’s putting his experience to the test in the Society’s most challenging campaign in some time.
Sinsabaugh and the VSCPA are working hard to pass tax conformity legislation for the 2018 filing season, a task made more complicated by the specter of tax reform. (The issue is still up in the air, and you can help us get it through the General Assembly using our VoterVoice tool or by joining Brett at next week's CPA Assembly Week.) But even independent of that issue, Sinsabaugh relishes the opportunity to share his knowledge with the legislators who make financial decisions that affect every Virginian.
Brett is a Manager in Keiter's Business Assurance and Advisory Services department with a client focus primarily in the real estate and construction industry. He also provides audit and business assurance services to privately-held businesses to clients in the manufacturing, retail and distribution, and technology industries, as well as employee benefit plan audits and not-for-profit organizations. He joined the VSCPA Political Action Committee Board of Trustees in 2016 and has since become the board’s vice chair. In addition to that role, he’s also been active in the VSCPA’s other advocacy efforts, having attended the Society’s General Assembly events the past two years. Meet Brett.
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