Philip A. Stoffregen was an international tax principal with KPMG's Washington National Tax office until his retirement. He currently works as a U.S. tax counsel for KPMG Canada.
J.D., University of Chicago Law School (1982) honors
Ph.D., University of Chicago
B.A., Earlham College (1973) honors
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Partners and Partnerships — International Tax Aspects (Portfolio 910)
This Bloomberg Tax Portfolio examines the principal U.S. tax issues that arise in international uses of entities treated as partnerships for U.S. tax purposes, including investments in U.S. partnerships by foreign persons and investments by U.S. persons in foreign partnerships.