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David H. Abbott

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Estate And Income Taxation, Business Organizations, Estate Planning

MARC A. ELFMAN is a member of the Boston office of Simonds, Winslow, Willis & Abbott with a concentration in estate and income taxation (including compliance) and related issues such as small business formation, planning, operation and succession.

Mr. Elfman’s previous experience includes three years as the vice president in charge of financial planning at a Boston bank, prior to which he spent eight years in the tax department of an international public accounting firm.

Marc Elfman was born June 17, 1950, in Holyoke, Massachusetts.  He was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in 1976 and admitted to practice in the United States Tax Court 1987.  He met requirements for designation as certified public accountant, in 1979 (Connecticut).  His education included the University of Massachusetts (B.A. cum laude, 1972), Boston University Law School (J.D., 1975); and Northeastern University (M.S. Accounting, 1976).  Mr. Elfman has served as a discussion leader and speaker on various tax and financial topics and does a considerable amount of work consulting with accounting firms on sophisticated tax planning strategies. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

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