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Vice President, Taxation

EDWARD S. KARL, CPA 

Vice President, Professional Media, Pathways & Inclusion

JOANNE E. FIORE, J.D. 

Publisher

KIM NILSEN

Editor-in-Chief

ALISTAIR M. NEVIUS, J.D. 

Tax Technical Content Manager

JAMES A. BEAVERS, J.D., LL.M., CPA, CGMA 

Managing Editor

ROCKY S. ROSEN 

Assistant Managing Editor

JEFFREY GILMAN, J.D. 

Senior Editors

PAUL BONNER
SALLY P. SCHREIBER, J.D. 

Senior Editor, Digital Content

MEGAN PINKSTON

Senior Editor, Publishing

AMELIA RASMUS

Contributing Editor

ALBERT B. ELLENTUCK, J.D. 

Senior Manager, Product Delivery Services

ROBERT F. DiCORCIA 

Manager, Production Administration

MICHAEL LACHES 

Copy Editors

TODD CONARD
PAMELA NELSON

Art Director

MICHAEL SCHAD JOHNSTONE 

Associate Publisher

KARIN DeMARCO 

Advertising Representatives

CARL JOHNSON, Senior Account Manager

JOANNE BAILEY, Account Manager 

Advertising Production Manager

ERIC OLSON 

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