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Washington, D.C. Audit, Tax and Consulting Offices
Dedicated resources in the nation’s capital
RSM established its first Washington, D.C. office in November 2010, further demonstrating the firm’s connectivity with and commitment to key government agencies and organizations headquartered in the nation’s capital. The firm’s Washington National Tax (WNT) and federal practices reside at this location. In January 2020, RSM established its second downtown Washington, D.C. location by joining forces with Tate & Tryon, P.C., a Washington, D.C.-based accounting firm focused on serving the audit, tax and consulting needs of nonprofit organizations. Several of RSM’s key national nonprofit practice leaders are based out of our offices in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Washington National Tax
Our WNT practice is in constant contact with tax officials and legislators, and can provide early insight to help clients understand and plan for the ramifications of emerging legislation and rulings before they affect their businesses.
This office serves an expansive client base that includes complex national and multinational companies. Representing some of the firm’s top tax practitioners, WNT professionals provide a wide range of domestic and international tax planning and advisory services. Having spent years with accounting firms, private industry and government agencies, our WNT practitioners have the blend of knowledge and experience necessary to assist clients with tax planning that takes into account the impact of tax laws, regulations and administrative guidance.
Our federal practice professionals understand the demands and critical business decisions that our public sector clients face in an increasingly complex and budget-constrained environment.
For information about the employment opportunities currently available in Washington, D.C., please visit the Careers section of our site.
Washington D.C. Insights
The ACA’s shared responsibility penalty on individuals without health insurance no longer applies after 2018, but state penalties may apply.
District of Columbia OTR will no longer require an affirmation letter from an organization renewing its tax-exempt status.
The Relieve High Unemployment Tax Incentives Act provides property tax abatements, employment tax credits and tenant credits.
Budget proposals include reducing the business income tax rate, increasing personal exemption rates and broadening the sales tax base.
Universal Paid Leave Amendment Act of 2016 provides for one of the most expansive paid employee and family leave protections in the country.
District of Columbia adopts second round of emergency legislation necessary to preserve 2016 reduced franchise tax rate.
Washington D.C. Office Locations
2021 L Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
Charlie Tate, Washington, D.C. office leader
1250 H Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Patti Burquest, Washington National Tax office leader
Careers in D.C.
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