Kristine Mora is a member of Ernst & Young LLP's National Tax Department in the Business Tax Services group. She has more than 17 years of experience assisting companies identify, develop and implement strategic tax projects. She has worked with a variety of public and private clients across various industries. She specializes in the implementation of and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) representation in connection with complex inventory and Section 199 calculations, as well as revenue and expense recognition. In addition, her work includes accounting method changes, letter rulings, tax controversy/ examinations and tax planning for corporate acquisitions/distributions and reorganizations, adoption of the new lease accounting standards, and tax reform.
M.S., Grand Valley State University
B.S., Michigan State University
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Inventories: General Principles; LIFO Method (Portfolio 578)
The Portfolio, Inventories: General Principles; LIFO Method, discusses the tax aspects of inventories with particular emphasis on the last-in, first-out (LIFO) method.