Pat Hanley, Partner, Energy Group Tax Leader, Moss Adams
Pat has practiced public accounting since 1997. He provides federal and multi-state tax compliance and consulting services to C corporations, partnerships, and other pass-through entities primarily in the energy industry. Pat assists clients with the complexities of partnership formation and structuring, tax provisions, consolidated return issues, entity classification, due diligence services, and tax filings. Earlier in his career, Pat worked for a Big Four firm.
Duane has practiced public accounting since 1992. He provides tax compliance and strategic tax planning services for domestic and international companies. Duane works with clients to identify, analyze, implement, and document their various tax credit and other tax savings opportunities, and assists with Internal Revenue Service and other tax authority examinations. He has significant experience with the tax issues involved in forming partnerships and in assisting multinational companies with cross-border transactions, tax provisions (ASC 740), tax-efficient structures, due diligence, and a wide range of analyses for international acquisition and financing strategies. Duane’s experience and expertise spans the energy and manufacturing industries for both private and public companies.Prior to joining Moss Adams, Duane spent 12 years in the national energy group of a Big Four firm. He was selected for the Who’s Who in Energy Class of 2015.
Marty has practiced public accounting since 2007. He specializes in state and local tax consulting and compliance services, including severance tax, property tax, sales and use tax, and income and franchise tax. Marty assists clients with state audit controversy, refund studies, process implementation, and state tax planning. While he has addressed state tax issues in a variety of industries, Marty primarily focuses on the energy, technology, and retail industries. In 2016 and 2017, Marty served on the Colorado Department of Revenue’s stakeholder group responsible for drafting the adopted regulations for the Colorado Severance Tax. His previous experience includes four years working in state and local tax at a national firm.