Kris works with businesses of all sizes by assisting with their tax needs. He considers himself to be an extension of his clients’ business and strives to serve any of their tax requisites as their needs grow and evolve throughout the life cycle of the company. Kris also works with many of the officers and owners of these companies to ensure their personal tax strategies are aligned with those of the company. His clients truly enjoy working together with him because of his proactive nature and easy accessibility. Whether it’s apprising clients of tax law changes or responding to time sensitive issues, his clients know that he is always watching out for their best interests.
Years of Experience
University of Tennessee, Bachelor’s
University of Tennessee, Master’s
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
INSIGHTS FROM Kris Hoffman
Employee Versus Contractor: A Crucial Distinction for Every Organization
Tax Alert: Received a Letter from the IRS? Hold Onto It!
IRS Extends Federal Tax Filing Deadline for Victims of December Kentucky...
IRS Clarifies Rules on 100% Deduction for Per-Diem “Meals”
2021 Year-End Tax Planning for Businesses: Strategize, Optimize, Maximize
2021 Year-End Tax Planning for Individuals & Families: Strategize, Optimize, Maximize
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Qualified Opportunity Zones: A Resource Guide