Susan M. Nash, CPA, MBT 2017-06-17T19:16:47+00:00

Susan M. Nash, CPA, MBT

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Direct Phone

763-398-4526

Fax

763-354-7051

Email

snash@tdhcd.com

Senior Tax Manager

Sue is a Senior Tax Manager at Thoresen Diaby Helle Condon & Dodge, Inc. She keeps abreast of the tax law changes and legislation daily developments and has broad and diverse knowledge and experience in tax planning, research, compliance and consulting in many industries.

In addition, Sue specializes in the estate, trust, and gift tax arena. She is a valued resource to our clients whether as a member of their estate planning team, in trustee consulting, tax research, estate/gift/trust tax return preparation and compliance, or helping to navigate the complex tax issues when a loved one passes away. Sue guides her clients through the required tax filings beginning with a loved one’s date of death and seeing it through to the last tax filing required to wind up an estate. With a significant background and experience in complex estate tax matters she serves as a trusted resource for the estate attorney.

Sue’s passion for riding and showing American Quarter Horses led her to a position as board member and secretary of the North Central Reined Cowhorse Association where she worked with other volunteers from MN and surrounding states to help in the administration, guidance, and growth of the organization. She enjoys the farm life and teaching her grandchildren to ride horses and the responsibilities of taking care of the farm animals.

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Education:

• Bachelor of Science – Accounting, East Central University Ada, Oklahoma
• Master of Business Taxation, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

Accreditation:

• Certified Public Accountant
• Master of Business Taxation

Professional Memberships:

• American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
• Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants

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