Gary W. Carter

Gary W. Carter

Gary Carter is a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based CPA, as well as a faculty member of the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management and the associate director of the Carlson School’s Master of Business Taxation program.  He once worked as a revenue agent for the State of Alaska, and later in public accounting for both a regional CPA firm and one of the Big Four accountancies. He has written a number of books on taxes, including From eBay to Mary Kay, Taxes Made Easy for Your Home Business (John Wiley & Sons, 2005). 

Carter says he is going public with his experiences involving Form 3520 filings in order to help other accountants and individuals who might unwittingly also fall foul of the IRS’s lack of clarity and uncompromising approach.

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From the front line: How a routine Form 3520 filing can easily go (eye-wateringly expensively) wrong – and did

From the front line: How a routine Form 3520 filing can easily go (eye-wateringly expensively) wrong – and did

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Jul-09-2019