Income Tax Consequences of Employer Provided Life-Insurance
Up to $50,000 of life insurance provided by your employer is excluded from taxable income, any additional coverage is taxable.
Kelsey joined the tax department in 2014 and specializes in international cross-border taxation of individuals and businesses. She works with businesses and individuals to recognize any potential planning that could be done regarding cross-border repatriation, controlled foreign corporations, and passive foreign investment companies. Over the past few years, Kelsey has been working with individuals working abroad going through the voluntary streamlined filing compliance requirements. She is also involved with Firm recruitment and hiring.
Niagara University, Master of Business Administration, Accounting
Niagara University, Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
Niagara University, Guest Lecturer, MBA CPA Review Class, 2016
Lumsden McCormick Making A Difference (MAD) Committee, Member
WNY STEM Event Committee
Kelsey is a proud mom of two children and loves to spend time with them, her husband, and their two dogs. She is an avid Crossfitter and occasionally participates in local competitions. She has run in a Ragnar Relay, a 200-mile relay-style race with a team of 12 individuals. Most weekends Kelsey and her husband bring their dogs, Mesa and Vida, to the dog park or on a hike. Kelsey loves being outdoors at their cabin in the Adirondacks in the summer or skiing in the winter.