HARRISBURG, PA (November 4, 2015) – Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP (RKL), Certified Public Accountants and Consultants, today announced that Jason Skrinak, CPA, has joined the firm as the leader of its expanded State and Local Taxes (SALT) Practice. The addition of Skrinak, highly regarded throughout the region for his deep knowledge in SALT consulting, is the latest step by RKL to grow its capabilities and resources in this tax service area.
“Whether here in Pennsylvania or across multiple jurisdictions, our clients look to RKL for guidance on how to navigate an ever-changing tax landscape,” RKL CEO Edward W. Monborne said. “We recognize our clients’ need for this level of specialized tax expertise, and we are proud to strengthen our state and local tax consulting practice with an experienced, respected and knowledgeable professional like Jason.”
Skrinak will lead a deep bench of RKL professionals with SALT experience, most notably firm principal Frank Tobias’ specialized knowledge of Pennsylvania and multi-state tax matters. Together, Skrinak and Tobias offer RKL clients more than four decades of state and local tax expertise to help them identify tax savings opportunities, ensure compliance and resolve tax controversies.
Under Skrinak’s leadership, RKL’s expanded state and local taxes practice will offer clients a wide range of planning and compliance services, such as sales and use tax consulting and process improvement studies; reverse sales and use tax audits; multi-state nexus analysis and planning; and for-hire motor carrier restructuring.
Skrinak brings nearly 20 years of public accounting experience to RKL, and has significant experience representing taxpayers before Pennsylvania’s Board of Appeals and the Board of Finance and Revenue. He has also testified before the PA Senate Finance Committee on topics including state tax reform.
Prior to joining RKL, Skrinak was a Principal and State and Local Tax Practice Leader for a regional firm. He also brings more than 11 years’ experience as a SALT professional in the Harrisburg office of a “Big Four” firm. Skrinak holds a B.S. in Accounting from Villanova University and resides in Lower Paxton Township with his wife and two children.