Impressive Speakers -
Experts in Their Field
PATRICIA M. ANNINO, JD, LLM
Partner in Rimon’s Trust and Estates Group and a nationally recognized authority on estate planning and taxation, with a practice that includes all aspects of private client work, estate planning; will and trust planning; and advising executors and trustees, with a focus on planning for family business owners. A frequent public speaker to various groups. Author of Women and Money: A Practical Guide to Estate Planning, and other publications. Writes a monthly column for CPA Insider, a newsletter sent to more than 160,000 CPAs and other wealth managers and advisors.
THOMAS M. BRINKER, JR., CPA, PFS, ChFC, CFE, AEP
Thomas M. Brinker, Jr. is Professor of Accounting at Arcadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania. He also serves as Executive Director for the MBA program. He graduated cum laude from Saint Joseph’s University in Accountancy, and holds masters degrees in Taxation and Accounting from Widener University.
STEVEN C. FUSTOLO, CPA, MBA
Partner with the CPA firm of James J. Fox & Company. AICPA author and national columnist for various publications including The Practical Accountant. Outstanding Discussion Leader award recipient. Award-winning author of more than nine books and courses.
CHRISTOPHER W. HESSE, CPA
Principal in the national tax office of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, with more than 35 years of tax experience, includes leading a 200-person tax practice. National speaker and writer on taxation and member of the AICPA Tax Executive Committee. Has testified before legislative committees on tax policy matters.
ALBERT L. GRASSO, JD, LLM
An attorney, of counsel to and former President of the law firm of Chuhak & Tecson, PC in Chicago. Author of Al Grasso’s Tax Briefs, and other publications. National speaker on taxation, specializing in employee benefits and estate planning.
LARRY JOHNSON, CPA, MST
National lecturer on taxation to accountants and attorneys. CPA with more than 30 years experience with Sikich, a Top-40 CPA firm including acting as National Director of the Tax Exempt Division. Specializes in tax planning related to complicated business transactions, including tax exempt organizations, and philanthropic planning with high-wealth families. Works in tax representation before the IRS, including victories in United States Tax Court. Founding member of the Community Foundation for the Land of Lincoln.
ANDREW M. KATZENSTEIN, JD, LLM
Partner in the Private Client Services Department of Proskauer Rose LLP, advising high net worth individuals, companies and charitable organizations with all aspects of tax and estate planning. Consistently Ranked among the leading tax attorneys in the country (Chambers USA). National lecturer on estate planning and featured speaker at the CalCPA Education Foundation Annual Conference. Has appeared as a guest on CBS’ 48 Hours Mystery, NPR, and served as host of KFNX’s weekly radio talk show “Principal of the Matter.” Author of numerous articles published in Estate Planning Magazine, the Journal of Taxation, Taxes Magazine and Major Tax Planning.
THOMAS P. LANGDON, JD, LLM, CFA, CFP
Professor of Business Law at the Gabelli School of Business, Roger Williams University, and an adjunct professor of taxation at Georgetown University. Principal in Langdon & Langdon Financial Services, LLC. Nationally recognized author and speaker, and author of several books, as well as dozens of articles.
ALLAN J “A.J.” REYNOLDS, EA
A.J. is an enrolled agent (EA). He has immense experience in various areas of taxation, which encompasses over 30 years. His practice centers on Individual, Business, and Estate Tax preparation. In addition, A.J. specializes in IRS Audits, Appeals, Collections, Innocent Spouse, Independent Contractor vs. Employee Issues and Civil Tax Fraud Representations.
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