James Usseglio, CPA, PFS, MST, CFP
Jim Usseglio is a principal in Baker Newman Noyes’ Manchester, NH office. He has more than 20 years of tax experience in public accounting, including time as a manager with a Big 4 accounting firm. Jim specializes in complex partnership income tax matters including contributions, distributions, allocations, formations, and conversions and is a current member of the AICPA Partnership Taxation Technical Resource Panel. He has extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of New Hampshire tax law, including his time as a commission member charged with studying New Hampshire business taxes having been appointed by two state governors and as a past Chair of the New Hampshire Society of CPAs Tax and Legislation Committee. Jim is a frequent author and presenter of taxation topics and is a former adjunct faculty member.
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.
- Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Member, Partnership Taxation Technical Resource Panel, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Member, Past Board Member, & Past Chair of Tax and Legislation Committee, New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Graduate, Leadership Greater Manchester Class of 2013
- Past Executive Board Member, Boy Scouts of America, Daniel Webster Council
Jim enjoys the outdoors and playing tennis. He is married and resides in Hollis, New Hampshire.
- Centralized Partnership Audit Regime Now Effective
- Tax Reform Update
- New Opportunity Zones: Tax Deferral and Permanent Exclusion of Capital Gains
- Converting to an LLC to Minimize New Hampshire Taxes
- New Hampshire Business Tax Law Changes
- An IRS Wrecking Ball is Swinging Your Way
- New IRS Partnership Audit Rules are Around the Corner
- New Hampshire Legislature Makes So-Called “Step-up” Tax Elective and Increases Sec. 179 Benefits
- Recently Enacted and Proposed New Hampshire Business Tax Changes
- New Hampshire’s Unintended Tax Break for Exporters