Jeffrey Blinn, CPA*, JD, is a principal in the Tax and Accounting Department at MBAF and focuses his practice on taxation of cross-border transfers and movements of individuals, goods, services, businesses, investments, and wealth.
Jeffrey has more than 25 years of experience primarily advising clients on both inbound and outbound matters for business entities, high net worth individuals and foreign trusts and estates. The broad scope of his advice includes pre-immigration planning for non-residents, investments in U.S. real estate, acquisition of U.S. businesses and entities by foreigners and non-US businesses and entities by U.S. persons, formation of new businesses and entities, choice of entities, outbound passive and business investment, and voluntary disclosures. He also provides comprehensive tax compliance services in respect of such matters.
Previously with a Big Four accounting firm, Jeffrey leads various phases of tax practice including planning, compliance, tax accounting and audits. He also served as a senior tax attorney for Shell Oil Company.
*Licensed to practice in the states of Florida and Texas
- Certified Public Accountant – state of Florida; state of Texas
- Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- The District of Columbia Bar Association
- Georgetown University – Masters of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation
- American University – Juris Doctor
- Dickinson College – Bachelor of Arts
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