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Sirotta returns to Ernst & Young

Douglas Sirotta has joined Ernst & Young as a senior tax partner in Seattle. He has advised multinational corporations and entrepreneurial businesses in industries such as software, computer hardware, retail and wholesale, and manufacturing, on domestic and international tax issues, including corporate structuring, tax reporting, compliance, strategic tax planning, ASC 740 (FAS 109), and M&A.

This is Sirotta’s second stint at Ernst & Young, which he first joined in 1988 in Los Angeles. He was at BDO Seidman between 2001 and 2012, managing its San Jose, San Francisco and Los Angeles offices and becoming national business line leader for tax.

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