Fuller Landau Admits New U.S. Tax Partner with Acquisition

Jeffrey Brown

Jeffrey Brown

Toronto-based Fuller Landau (FY16 net revenue of $19.8 million) acquired BoTax, The Boston Tax Advisory Company Ltd., and admitted founder Jeffrey Brown as a partner in the U.S. tax practice, effective Jan. 10.

Brown has more than 30 years of public accounting experience. Prior to joining Fuller Landau, he was a former Big 4 partner and later, founding principal at BoTax the tax advisory boutique in Toronto that provided U.S. federal and state tax consulting services to Canadian businesses and their stakeholders.

Brown’s practice focuses Canadian businesses with U.S. federal and state tax filing obligations arising from their US activities, and American citizens residing in Canada who have U.S. tax and information reporting obligations and unique estate and retirement planning challenges. His practice concentrates in jurisdictional tax matters involving permanent establishment and state nexus considerations, tax controversy resolution and sales taxation.

“My clients’ business is often their single largest asset. As a business owner and advisor, my modus operandi is to provide responsive, practical advice that I would follow, myself,” says Brown. “The partners at Fuller Landau share that same commitment. This feels like the right move at the right time, for my clients and me.”

“This really is a win-win situation for everyone,” says Mike Stoyan, partner. “Our existing clients will benefit from Jeffrey’s in-depth knowledge of U.S. tax, while Jeffrey’s clients will gain access to more resources and a range of multi-disciplinary services offered at Fuller Landau. By joining together, we can provide an even greater level of service to all of our clients.”