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Mark Scott

Mark Scott

Scott is a principal in Kaufman Rossin’s Tax Services Advisory Group and leads the Estate, Trust & Tax Exempt Organizations practice. He provides clients with gift tax planning, trust tax planning, and estate and gift tax return examination services. Before joining the firm in 2000, Scott practiced estate, trust and tax law in Boca Raton. He was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1997.

Scott is a Tax Section director, has been an active member of the section’s executive council since 2002 and served as secretary for several years. He is a past president of the Greater Miami Tax Institute and is the immediate past president of the Estate Planning Council of Greater Miami. He also is an adjunct professor at the University of Miami School of Law and teaches federal income taxation of trusts and estates in the school’s graduate program in taxation.

The Tax Section bylaws provide that petitions setting forth the names of other nominees for the office of chair-elect may be made by any 10 members of the section. Those petitions must be filed with Tax Section Secretary Dana Apfelbaum at [email protected] no later than September 15, to allow inclusion on a written ballot. Nominations for the office of chair-elect will not be permitted unless the nominations have been timely made and in the manner described in the Tax Section bylaws, Article III, Section 2(b). If there is only one nomination for the office of chair-elect, that nominee will become chair-elect.

The term of office of the chair-elect runs concurrently with that of the chair and begins on July 1 after the section’s annual meeting at which the chair-elect is elected and ends on the succeeding June 30, when the chair-elect automatically assumes the office of chair.

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