Chris Brown to Speak at WSCPA Pacific Tax Institute

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Karr Tuttle Campbell Shareholder Chris Brown will speak at the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants’ (“WSCPA”) Pacific Tax Institute on November 5. Mr. Brown will speak about “Tax Issues in Debt Situations: Easy Questions and Not So Easy Questions.” His presentation will focus on a handful of important tax issues that arise related to debt instruments and lending transactions outside of bankruptcy.

The WSCPA Pacific Tax Institute will be held November 4 and 5 at the Bell Harbor Conference Center. This conference will explore the many changes in federal tax law and will closely examine issues that could affect CPAs and their clients. Learn more about the conference and register to attend here.

Chris Brown focuses his legal practice on tax law; counseling businesses on various tax aspects of the Washington State Excise Tax, mergers & acquisitions, closely held businesses, and debt and equity instruments. In addition, he serves as general counsel to a number of businesses, providing guidance in corporate legal matters.

Karr Tuttle Campbell is a full-service law firm based in Seattle. We are committed to the cost-effective and aggressive management of clients’ business assets. We are one of the oldest law firms in the area, having served the Northwest since 1904. More information about the firm can be obtained through Jessica Hales, (206) 224-8146, or by visiting the firm’s website at



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