Memphis Chapter March Meeting

0503  |  TSCPA In Person Events  |  Scheduled


Number of Credits Type of Credits
2 Accounting and Auditing
1 Other


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March 20, 2018

12:00pm - 1:00pm (Central Time)

This session will include an update on current economic growth trends considering the new tax legislation and an overview of stock market fundamentals.

No fee for members who pre-register; $30 fee for non-members. Please make sure to register or cancel in advance as a $30 walk-up fee and a $30 no-show fee will be assessed.

1:30pm - 3:30pm (Central Time)

$25 for members and $50 for non-members.


Robert J. Cremerius

Bob Cremerius is the founder of Cremerius Wealth Management and has over 20 years of experience as a financial advisor. A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Personal Financial Specialist (PFS), he received his B.S. degree in Accounting from Christian Brothers University. Bob writes a weekly newsletter where he “looks under the hood” of pertinent economic and investment topics. He is a member of the Economic Club of Memphis, the Memphis Estate Planning Council, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants. Bob is an avid supporter of the charitable organization Food for the Poor. He is a member of St. Louis Catholic Church, is married to his wife of 25 years (Alexis), and has two daughters in college.

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Giles Sutton

Giles Sutton, CPA and partner with Hixon Hughes Goodman LLP, is a nationally recognized state and local tax practitioner and has more than 25 years of corporate tax experience. He has consulted with companies ranging in size from middle-market to the Fortune 40.

Sutton’s focus is on the multi-state aspects of corporate income and franchise taxes, mergers and acquisitions and sales tax issues. In particular, he focuses on areas of multi-state taxation that have a significant impact on companies with multijurisdictional operations. He has handled tax issues pertaining to various corporate restructurings, post-acquisition integration, global supply chain-based tax planning, and the interaction of federal international tax law with state and local tax laws.

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Amy M. Doolin

Amy has nearly 15 years of public accounting experience in the tax area. She began her career with a Big Four firm and joined DHG in 2009.

After several years of performing general tax services for both high net worth individuals and business entity clients, Amy now focuses on inventory tax issues for automobile industry clients and general tax issues for not-for-profit clients. In addition, she plays a key role in developing overall best practices in most tax compliance areas internally.

Over 50 large community organizations rely on Amy for tax planning and compliance. Her experience includes representation of not-for-profit clients during Internal Revenue Service audits.

Amy has considerable knowledge in specialized dealership tax issues related to LIFO inventory and Uniform Capitalization (UNICAP) including planning, calculation and method changes.

Amy enjoys developing teams tasked with solving business problems around stream lining data manipulation procedures, standardizing compliance processes and leveraging software capabilities.

Internally, Amy is a member of the not-for-profit knowledge share committee and the DHG Impact Committee. When not solving tax issues, you can find Amy with her family, at the lake on her stand up paddle board or listening to an eclectic mix of music.

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