Jesse is a Senior Manager with GTM’s State & Local Tax (SALT) practice and key member of the indirect (sales & use) tax group. Jesse is responsible for leading the team on sales tax reverse audits as well as audit representation. He provides clients with help desk support, consulting services, and research analysis on a wide range of sales tax issues across multiple states. Since joining GTM in December 2011, Jesse has contributed to client engagements in a variety of industries including financial services, manufacturing, and construction. He has been successful in reducing sales & use tax audit assessments in excess of $5 million. In addition, he has led several reverse sales tax audit engagements resulting in significant savings for clients. Jesse began his career with a Philadelphia based tax consulting firm where he gained experience and increased responsibility in sales tax reverse audits for manufacturing, life sciences, and financial services clients. Jesse later joined Tax Management Associates (“TMA”) as a Senior Associate where he led reverse audit engagements, provided help desk support, conducted seminars, and made process improvement recommendations to clients. Jesse is currently pursuing his Bachelor degree of Interdisciplinary Studies at Villanova University. He is also seeking his designation as a CMI, Certified Member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation. Residing in West Chester, Jesse lives with his wife and three boys who keep him busy with sporting activities which include basketball, football, baseball, and swimming. He enjoys spending time with his family, especially when it involves warm weather and sand. EDUCATION: Associates Degree in General Studies from Montgomery County Community College
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