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Max E. Klinger

1026 Bross Street
Longmont, CO 80501-4311

© by Max E. Klinger

EDUCATION

J.D. (1978) Villanova University School of Law, Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085
B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa (1974) Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325


EMPLOYMENT

January 1994 to present
Associate and now member of Newland & Associates, P.L.C., a tax and business oriented law firm located in Manassas, Virginia

January 1988 to present
Co-founder and Vice-President of The Tax and Business Professionals, Inc., located in Manassas, Virginia, and Longmont, Colorado, a firm that provides business law and tax research and planning support to attorneys and accountants throughout the country

March 1979 to January 1988
Employed as research attorney, research director, and senior attorney, for National Legal Research Group, Inc., Charlottesville, Virginia, specializing in business , commercial, and corporate law

Summer 1977
Served as clerk to Hon. George C. Eppinger, then President judge of the thirty-ninth judicial district, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas, Franklin County


BAR MEMBERSHIP

Admitted to practice before Pennsylvania bar, 1978. Member, Business, Banking, and Corporate Law Section, and Tax Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association


PUBLICATIONS

Articles on a variety of tax and business law topics have appeared in a variety of professional and academic publications, including The Practical Accountant, Journal of Taxation, Real. Estate Taxation Report, and Dickinson Law Review


OTHER EXPERIENCE

Knowledgeable in several computer programming languages and have participated in designing, programming, debugging, and compiling several computer programs that have been distributed or sold nationally to attorneys and C.P.A.s , including: "Estate Tax in a Flask" a program to assist attorneys in estate planning; "The FYE Calculator," a program for use in planning for and complying with the fiscal- year election provisions of Internal Revenue Code § § 444, 280H, and 7519; and "The Section 89 Template,"a Lotus® 1-2-3 template for use in complying with the requirements of Internal Revenue Code Section 89 (now repealed) relating to discrimination in employee benefit plans.

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