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Frazier and Deeter hires credit and incentives tax principal

Sheila R. Anderson contributes 20 years of R&D tax credit and accounting experience with an emphasis on providing tax consulting services to companies from the mid-size privately held to the global Fortune 500

Frazier and Deeter has announced that Sheila R. Anderson has joined the firm as a credits and incentives tax principal within the tax practice.

Anderson contributes 20 years of R&D tax credit and accounting experience with an emphasis on providing tax consulting services to companies from the mid-size privately held to the global Fortune 500.

She has worked with clients across numerous industries, including manufacturing and distribution, consumer products, pharmaceuticals and automotive.

Prior to joining the firm, she was a senior tax manager at Deloitte. During her tenure, she was responsible for leading the proposal and implementation of R&D tax credit studies and best-practice methodologies.

She also served as a member of the global investment and innovation incentives tax services group responsible for maximizing research and experimentation tax credits.

Anderson said: “I’m excited to join a rapidly growing firm like Frazier & Deeter, with such a strong reputation for client service. I look forward to helping serve the firm’s clients in the increasingly complicated arena of tax credits and incentives.”

Jeremy Sperring, national leader of Frazier and Deeter tax practice, added: “As the variety and complexity of tax incentives continues to grow, Frazier & Deeter has been adding professionals with deep expertise to our Credits & Incentives team.

“Sheila’s experience with complex tax credit and incentive opportunities makes her an excellent addition to our rapidly growing tax practice.”

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