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Chris Consoletti, Esq.

Tax Attorney

Chris, in conjunction with AAFCPAs’ multi-disciplinary team of CPAs, investment & business advisors, provides effective tax planning and research, tax compliance, charitable planning, and asset protection solutions for trusts & estates, corporations and partnerships.

Chris provides clients with corporate law analysis and recommendations related to entity formation, management and board structure, executive compensation, limited liability protection, and the applicable laws of relevant states and jurisdictions. He evaluates and assesses opportunities and risks associated with complicated tax challenges or controversies.

Chris specializes in advising nonprofits, foundations, and charitable trusts. He closely monitors the impact and necessary operational changes in response to changing tax code, multi-state filing / registration requirements, employment taxes, and other state and local tax considerations. He ensures AAFCPAs clients remain in compliance with Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT) filings, charitable solicitation regulations, and provides guidance related best practice presentation and disclosure requirements related to the IRS Forms 990 series.

Chris advises private foundations on distribution requirements, taxable expenditures, expenditure responsibility rules, jeopardizing investments, and self-dealing sanctions.

Additionally, Chris provides clients with on-going reviews of their tax planning and asset protection strategies, especially after significant events, to help ensure that plans are meeting goals and objectives with the least amount of risks, and with the least amount paid in taxes.

Education

  • Suffolk University Law School – Juris Doctor
  • Stonehill College – Bachelor of Arts, History and Economics

Professional and Civic Associations

  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants

*The advice provided by AAFCPAs’ Tax Consulting Attorneys is in a consulting capacity only and cannot be considered legal advice or a legal opinion and is not a substitute for the advice of legal counsel.