Blumshapiro Poaches Someone From PwC and Issues a Press Release, Part I

Blumshapiro’s newest tax partner in Beantown has a great deal of experience in the Big 4 trenches.

blumshapiro, the largest regional business advisory firm based in New England with offices in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, recently announced that Joe Feehan has joined the firm as a Tax Partner in the Boston office.

Feehan has extensive knowledge of state and local tax planning, as well as a keen understanding of the impact of federal tax reform on multistate filings. In his role at blum, he is responsible for providing high quality value-added state and local tax planning and compliance services. He works closely with clients to identify opportunities, manage risks, and proactively address state tax law changes, including state apportionment optimization and nexus analysis post Wayfair.

Prior to joining blumshapiro, Feehan was a director at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, focusing on state and local tax and international tax.

He brings significant experience working with multi-national companies in cross-border tax planning, as well as deep expertise in state and local tax, and has worked with a diverse group of companies in all aspects of SALT.

Joe Feehan

The new guy spent nearly four years at PwC in Boston, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Feehan began his professional career as a senior manager with the Transaction Tax group in Transaction Advisory Services at EY in New York City. During his nine-year tenure with the Black and Yellow, Feehan focused his practice on the federal and SALT aspects of mergers, acquisitions, and restructurings, he says on LinkedIn. He also advised financially distressed clients regarding tax matters.

Feehan is a Tax Section Member of the Boston Bar Association. He earned his Master of Law in Taxation from New York University School of Law and his Juris Doctor from the Albany Law School of Union University.

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