Faith oversees State and Local Tax (SALT) services for Daszkal Bolton. She is a nationally-recognized expert in state and local taxation, with a primary focus on income/franchise and sales and use taxation. She provides consultations for the purpose of limiting the state tax impact of corporate decisions and activities. Faith concentrates on state and local tax issues for middle market multi-state corporations, including nexus/jurisdiction for tax, affiliate nexus, discriminatory taxation, unitary business principal, gross receipts definition, and apportionment issues. She also represents individuals and corporations in state and local audit defense. Faith has been qualified as an expert witness in state and local tax matters and provides testimony at depositions and trials in Broward, Dade and Palm Beach Counties.
Faith assists companies in restructuring their management operations to minimize state and local income taxes. She has successfully reduced large state sales tax assessments and frequently discovers sales tax overpayments. Faith also provides assistance for mergers, acquisitions and dispositions with multi-state interests. In addition, she negotiates with governmental authorities to secure exemptions for purchases of manufacturing machinery and equipment, and seeks tax incentives and tax credits.
Faith has published numerous articles in the state and local tax arena and has contributed to several newsletters and publications. She serves as a liaison to the media as a state and local tax expert.
Prior to joining the firm, Faith worked as a Senior Tax Manager for the Washington National Tax practice of KPMG LLP. Previously, she was a Senior Tax Manager with Ernst & Young, where she was responsible for developing and expanding a multi-state tax practice in South Florida.
Faith earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Brandeis University and a Juris Doctorate degree at Hofstra University’s School of Law.