Craig Thompson, CPA
Craig Thompson brings more than three decades of experience with expert knowledge of corporate taxation for public and private companies to his role as Tax Principal. Craig’s deep knowledge and skills focused on large multi-state and multi-national corporations, commercial and residential real estate owners, developers, and operators, as well as technology companies, allows him to add value by delivering strategic tax insights that minimize his clients’ tax burdens.
As Tax Principal overseeing AGH’s Corporate Tax and Tax Provisions practice, Craig consults on matters including multi-state and multi-national taxation for public and private companies, tax provisions under ASC 740 (formerly FAS 109 and FIN 48), mergers and acquisitions, complex partnership allocation calculations, inbound/outbound foreign investments, and IRS controversy.
Craig is a graduate of Santa Clara University where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. Prior to joining AGH, Craig worked with three out of the four “Big Four” firms, in addition to owning his own firm that specialized in individual and corporate taxation.
- Corporate Taxation
- Tax Provisions under ASC 740
- Multi-state and multi-national taxation
- Inbound/outbound foreign investments
- Mergers and acquisitions
- IRS controversy
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants
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