If you’re conducting your final year-end tax planning now, ask yourself one question: Are you proactive or reactive?
Gene Schindler’s extensive experience crosses multiple industries and business types. Gene has been a partner in Burke & Schindler Strategic Partners and a Tax Partner in Burke & Schindler since 1995. Prior to joining Burke & Schindler, Gene’s broad experience includes nearly a decade spent in the tax departments of major industry firms, including PriceWaterhouse Cooper and Ernst & Young.
Gene has served a variety of companies and industries. His industry experience includes closely-held companies in manufacturing, service, real estate, and contracting. Gene has also served as an expert witness on a number of occasions, and his board-level advice is sought by several local and regional organizations. He has served as Chairman of the Board of the Covington Business Council, CBC Foundation, and St. Xavier High School Extravaganza Raffle; Treasurer of the Northern Kentucky Symphony; and Board Development Chair of the Northern Kentucky Farmers Market. Gene also served two years on the City of Crescent Springs City Council.
Gene is a CPA with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Kentucky. Gene also received his Master of Business Administration from Xavier University and maintains Series 7 and Series 66 Securities Licenses. He is a graduate of Leadership Northern Kentucky and was awarded one of Cincinnati’s "40 Under Forty" honors.
Articles by Gene
The End of File & Suspend for Married Couples
The file-and-suspend claiming strategy to try and optimize Social Security benefit disappears.
The Tax Man Commeth
Whether Old Punxsutawney Phil’s Groundhog Day prediction came true or not, one thing is certain to arrive each year: Tax Day. April 15, 2015 is just a short 7 weeks away. There’s no hiding or going back into a hole to avoid or evade its certainty. We must face it head on. Mailboxes across the […]
Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014
On December 16th, Congress passed the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014. This Bill, which is awaiting the President’s signature, extends over 50 tax provisions that expired 12/31/13 and retroactively reinstates them for a period of one year to cover the 2014 tax year. It is uncertain if these provisions will be extended past 2014, […]