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GBQ SALT Expands to Cincinnati; Gaudet and Lamphere Join as Senior Managers

GBQ is excited to announce the expansion of the State and Local Tax Services practice to the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky markets with the addition of Kiersten Gaudet and Lisa Lamphere.

“In order to address our client’s business needs and increase our ability to provide state and local tax services, it was imperative that GBQ invest in local personnel in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky markets. Both Lisa and Kiersten bring tremendous experience to GBQ’s State and Local Tax practice and we expect significant growth from this office,” said Matthew E. Stamp, JD, LL.M, who serves as the Director of State and Local Tax Services.

A graduate of the University of Cincinnati, Kiersten holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree as well as a Masters in the Science of Taxation. With over 12 years of experience in the accounting industry, Kiersten will be primarily working in GBQ’s Sales and Use Tax practice.

Lisa will be working in GBQ’s growing Location and Incentive Services practice. Lisa has years of experience assisting clients in securing tax credits, property tax abatements, training grants and green incentives.

With the addition of Kiersten and Lisa, GBQ’s State and Local Tax practice has grown to 10 professionals serving its clients in Ohio and across the nation. Kiersten and Lisa will join Director, Financial Advisory Services, Keith Hock and Manager, Assurance Services, Brett Salsberry in the Cincinnati office.

About GBQ SALT

The GBQ SALT practice is committed to assisting companies in determining that their state and local tax burden and procedures are consistent with current law, while capitalizing on tax opportunities and maximizing optimal business decisions. The GBQ SALT practice has the technical knowledge and experience to handle the sophisticated needs of progressive, local and nationally focused companies. The GBQ SALT practice provides technical updates on legislative, regulatory and judicial state and local tax developments through the publication of SALT Watch.

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