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Jim Usseglio is a principal in Baker Newman Noyes’ Manchester office. He has more than 20 years of experience with international and public accounting firms in tax compliance and consulting for corporate, partnership, individual and trust income tax with particular emphasis on partnership and New Hampshire tax law.
He currently serves as a member of the IRS Taxpayer Advocacy Panel and the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce’s Advocacy Committee and as an associate member of the AICPA Tax Division’s Partnership Taxation Technical Resource Panel and Tax Practice and Procedures Committee and has served in various leadership capacities for the New Hampshire Society of CPAs and as a commission member charged with studying New Hampshire business taxes appointed by two state governors. Jim frequently authors with his work having appeared in such tax publications as The Tax Adviser and State Tax Notes and regularly gives presentations on various tax topics. He is also a former adjunct faculty member.
Most recently, Jim was named by the Treasury Department to serve on the IRS’s Taxation Advocacy Panel (TAP).
Jim earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting, magna cum laude, from Northeastern University and a master’s degree in taxation, with distinction, and a Certificate in Advanced Studies in Taxation from Bentley University. He also holds the Personal Financial Specialist designation and is a Certified Financial Planner.
Three Things You Don’t Know About Me
- I grew up in Winthrop, Massachusetts.
- I am an active volunteer in a local parish.
- I am a former adjunct faculty member.