Bruce Taylor, CPA, CFP, JD, LLM is a Managing Director at Spoor Bunch Franz. He joined the firm in 1992, and has over 30 years of experience in public accounting. Bruce began his career at Ernst & Young where he worked eight years in the tax department. Over the last two decades, he has provided tax planning and compliance services for corporations, S-corporations, partnerships and individuals.
He has significant experience in dealing with compliance and planning for automobile dealerships. Bruce also has considerable experience with estate, trust and gift tax compliance and planning. He often works in conjunction with clients and their attorneys to identify relevant issues and to offer appropriate solutions. Bruce leverages his legal education to understand the often complex nature of estate and trust tax matters and has a unique ability to communicate those complex matters to clients in simple and understandable terms.
Bruce received his B.S. in Business Administration at the College of Charleston, his Juris Doctorate of Law at the University of South Carolina and his Master of Laws (LLM) from Emory University. Bruce is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). He is a member of the AICPA and FICPA.
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