Cheryl Riedlinger is an attorney with The Tax Reporting Group concentrating in the taxation of financial institutions. She works with trade associations, as a tax expert witness, and as counsel to financial institutions and corporations providing them with technical and planning assistance. Her background encompasses hands-on banking experience with all aspects of the tax reporting process. Formerly a bank tax counsel, Ms. Riedlinger provided tax planning assistance, including information reporting issues to the bank, nonbank subsidiaries, and bank holding company. She received her B.A. in economics from Wilfrid Laurier University and her J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law.
Ms. Riedlinger is a frequent speaker and author of numerous articles on information reporting and withholding issues published in The Independent Banker, Bank Personnel News, Journal of Bank Taxation, Bank Compliance Magazine, Journal of International Banking Law, Trust & Investments, Bank Marketing, and various other trade association publications. She also authors the Information Reporting Bulletin, Fast Facts, and A Guide to IRS Information Reporting for Financial Institutions, a complete guide to the IRS Information Returns Program. She is an alumni member of the IRS Information Reporting Program Advisory Committee (IRPAC) representing financial institutions.
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