Kip Dellinger, CPA, is a tax controversy expert with broad expertise in the areas of CPA tax practice, regulatory discipline, and malpractice matters.
As CMRK’s Senior Tax Partner, Kip represents the firm’s clients in tax controversy matters, as well as estate and trust tax services. He is an expert on conduct matters and substantive technical issues, and is retained by Big Four CPA firms on tax shelter malpractice cases.
Kip currently serves on the Tax Executive Committee of the American Institute of CPAs Tax Division and is past chair of the AICPA Tax Practice Responsibilities Committee. He is the recipient of the Saul Braverman Memorial Award from the California Society of CPAs for distinguished service in tax practice.
A prolific writer, Kip has authored 70 articles on tax practice technical and procedural topics for leading publications. He is the “Practice & Policy” columnist for Tax Notes magazine and former “Ethics” columnist for TAXES magazine. He is best known as the author of The Practice Guide to Federal Tax Practice Standards for the CCH Tax Practice and Procedure Library (CCH 2007). He also authored the Entertainment Industry Creative Persons Tax Review for the CCH Client Relate/Pro FX software product.