Brian has extensive state and local tax experience, including specialized expertise providing research, planning and compliance services surrounding sales and use tax, multi-state income and franchise tax issues, and multi-state tax credits and incentives. Brian is also skilled in the coordination of sales tax audits and reverse audits.

 Brian joined Schenck in 2016 and is a member of the firm’s State and Local Tax team, serving as a firm-wide resource for team members and clients alike. He is also a member of the firm’s Dealership, Health Care and Real Estate & Construction teams.

Prior to joining the firm, Brian was a field tax auditor for the Wisconsin Department of Revenue. Earlier in his career he served as general manager for a large rental car firm.


Franklin University, MBA, Finance

 Franklin University, BA, Marketing


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Buyers beware: Wisconsin passes remote seller guidance

As of October 1, certain remote sellers were required to start collecting sales tax on Wisconsin sales. Purchases made by dealerships may be affected. If you’re purchasing goods and services from out-of-state vendors, you’ll also want to be aware of these changes.

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Expanding list for qualifying exempt entities for building materials exemption

The passage of the 2017 Wisconsin budget bill saw many changes, including an expanded building materials exemption that now includes additional exempt entities.

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