Sharon Katz-Pearlman is the National Principal-in-Charge of KPMG’s Tax Dispute Resolution Network in the US. She also serves as KPMG International’s Head of Global Tax Dispute Resolution & Controversy, overseeing a network of dispute resolution specialists from KPMG’s member firms.
Sharon advises clients during all phases of the “disputes continuum”, from “predispute” (e.g. audit readiness, voluntary disclosures, pre-filing assistance) through examination, appeals and the full range of alternate dispute resolution processes. With more than 25 years of experience in the field, Sharon works with clients on all aspects of their IRS matters, dealing with a wide variety of domestic and international tax issues.
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