Michael is the Director of the EY Center for Tax Policy. In this capacity, he focuses on helping clients identify trends in federal and state tax legislation and reform, including analyzing proposed legislation and reporting on potential implications.
In addition to this role, he is a member of the EY Partnership Transactional Planning and Economics Group, advising multinational clients on various tax issues.
He is a frequent speaker on US tax policy and reform as well as other US tax legislative and regulatory proposals.
Michael holds a BS and an MS from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.
How Michael is building a better working world
“At a time of significant tax policy change, businesses need to know how new tax laws and administrative guidance will affect them. In my work with clients and my role with the EY Center for Tax Policy, I help stakeholders understand the latest tax policy developments so they can implement tax-efficient strategies and thrive. Assisting clients with the complex and evolving tax policy and regulatory landscape also means preparing the next generation of leaders within the organization; whether it is recruiting, mentoring or informally guiding younger members of our National Tax services on their career journeys, I am motivated to help others succeed.”