Kim helps clients by identifying practical and workable solutions to a wide variety of tax issues for individual and business clients. Her educational background of an undergraduate degree in accountancy, combined with a Juris Doctor and LLM in taxation gives her an excellent depth of knowledge regarding complex tax issues.
Kim helps individual and business clients with a wide range of federal and state tax issues. She has in-depth experience with federal and state tax controversy issues, ranging from audits, appeals, ruling requests, and tax litigation matters. She provides thorough tax representation with succinct and effective communications with taxing agencies to achieve a fair result for her clients.
Kim’s other areas of focus include: income taxation of individuals, corporations, and pass-through entities; formation and ongoing operations of all types of business entities including tax-exempt organizations and private foundations; sales and use tax; tax procedure issues; employment taxes; and tax compliance for individuals, business, and trusts. She also has extensive experience with tax and business issues affecting S-corporations, limited liability companies, and their owners.
- University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law, 1995 (J.D.)
- University of Missouri - Kansas City, 1995 (LLM)
- University of Missouri – Columbia, 1992 (B.S.)
- Missouri, 1995
- Kansas, 1996
- American Bar Association, Taxation Section
- The Missouri Bar
- Kansas Bar Association
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association