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The Complexity of Indirect Taxation in the Oil and Gas Industry

Minimize above-the-line tax expense for your business

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Recorded Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Kirsten Evans, Senior Director, State & Local Tax and Advisory

Kirsten specializes in Personal Property Tax consulting and compliance. With over 15 years of experience, Kirsten has had success generating meaningful results for a diverse portfolio of clients including natural gas, telecom, research & development, publishing, retail, construction, and manufacturing. In addition to refund claims and valuation support, Kirsten has also assisted clients with voluntary disclosure agreements, audit defense, and personal property tax projections.

 While Kirsten’s expertise covers a wide range of industries, much of her time more recently has been spent assisting natural gas companies with their ad valorem taxes.    With an extensive background in the taxation of production and midstream assets in the Appalachian region, Kirsten assists her clients with filing, appealing, and projecting taxes related to their natural gas assets in the region.  Whether her team is acting as a fully outsourced tax function, consulting on a specific asset, or brought in as an expert witness in litigation, Kirsten takes pride in providing exceptional customer service and obtaining the best possible outcome for her clients.

Watch our webinar designed for all oil and gas accounting and finance professionals to understand how you can have an impact on your company's bottom line by controlling indirect tax expenses. In an industry hot with continuous innovations and M&A activity, taxes are often an overlooked opportunity to improve profitability. 

During the webinar we will discuss:

  • Internal data sources that support compliance filings, and ways to validate data and optimize its use in minimizing taxes
  • Valuation methods used by jurisdictions and how company structure can impact tax liabilities
  • Why you should revisit the antiquated tax codes and reporting mechanisms after industry innovations and improvements
  • The impact of mergers and acquisitions on your taxes- your structure vs. the predecessor
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Elizabeth Burg, CPA, Senior Manager, State & Local Tax and Advisory

Elizabeth has spent her entire career focused on state and local tax issues. For more than 10 years, she managed the state and local tax area of a publicly traded billion dollar company, successfully reducing the indirect tax expense by employing valuation strategies, managing audits and implementing process improvements.

Elizabeth evaluates property tax assessments for both real and personal property across many industries, with a special focus on complex facilities where the two property types overlap or are open to interpretation. Due to her tenure in the industry, she is considered a subject matter expert with oil and gas state and local tax issues.  She currently advises oil and gas companies in all areas of state and local taxes including property, sales and use and severance taxes.

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