Buffalo Grove, Illinois, September 22 – Bronswick Benjamin P.C.is proud to welcome Gabriel G. Tsui as one of the newest additions to their team. He joins the firm as a Tax Principal and will participate in overall growth of the firm. Gabe’s experience lies in tax planning, compliance and controversy for corporations, partnerships, privately held companies, and individuals.
Mr. Tsui’s previous experience has been with local boutique law firms and Big Four accounting firms. He has developed and executed tax strategies, planned international tax structures, represented individuals and entities in dispute matters before the Internal Revenue Service and state revenue departments, and handled tax compliance for individuals, corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, S corporations, and trusts and estates.
Jeff Bronswick, Bronswick Benjamin’s Managing Partner, stated, “We are excited to have Gabe as a Principal with Bronswick Benjamin, not only for his strong technical ability that fits perfectly with our current client base, but to also strengthen our growing Tax department.”
Bronswick Benjamin is a mid-size, solutions focused CPA firm located in the Chicagoland area. The firm supports privately held businesses ranging from mid-size to large entities and individuals. They use a unique Business Evolution approach that helps clients address the different needs that arise as they navigate through their life cycle. The firm provides outsourced accounting, tax planning and return filings, audits and reviews, and personal tax strategies for domestic and international clients. www.bronswick.com
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