Jenny has nearly 25 years of experience in international tax research, planning and compliance, as well as defending international and domestic audits with tax authorities.

As a member of Schenck’s International Tax team, Jenny advises clients on global entity structuring and foreign tax credit maximization. She is skilled in provision calculation and review, transfer pricing studies and documentation, and FIN48 analysis preparation and review for foreign taxes.

Prior to joining Schenck, Jenny was an experienced international tax manager at a national public accounting firm. She also held positions as international tax manager and director at large multinational companies, including some of Wisconsin’s top Fortune 500 companies, such as Gardner Denver, Inc., ManpowerGroup, Brady Corporation and General Electric Company.

Jenny joined Schenck in 2016 and is also a member of the firm’s Manufacturing & Distribution team. 

Accomplishments

  • Created and managed hundreds of transfer pricing documents 
  • Successfully defended numerous international and transfer pricing audits
  • Implemented planning projects to provide repatriation of millions of dollars to the U.S. in a tax-efficient manner
  • Provided research and planning on various international topics such as Subpart F, 956, FTC utilization, IC-DISCs, and expatriate taxation

Education

University of Wisconsin–Madison,
MaCC, Master of Accountancy, graduated Summa Cum Laude

University of Wisconsin–Madison,
BBA, Finance, graduated Summa Cum Laude & with Faculty Distinction

Community Involvement

  • Kettle Moraine Education Foundation, Board Member
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Penalties for not reporting foreign assets are steep. Are you at risk?

Do you own or have authority over a foreign financial account? Are you certain? Many taxpayers may be in danger of violating foreign asset reporting rules and they don’t even realize it.

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Explore these seven elements of international tax

In today’s global market, companies enjoy vast business opportunities outside their home countries. With these opportunities come the challenges of tax planning and compliance. As you grapple with these complexities, knowing what international tax questions to ask your tax advisor is half the battle. Keep these elements of international tax top of mind when looking at your corporation.

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