Stu Myhill

Stu Myhill is deeply experienced in international tax consulting and compliance and is a leading expert in the field. He actively follows global tax legislative and regulatory developments to make sense of the impact these developments may have on business operations and cross-border transactions. He collaborates with businesses to achieve efficient tax functions, advising companies in all aspects of:

Prior to joining TaxOps, Stu was a Managing Director and the Tax Practice Leader for CBIZ MHM, LLC, where he provided tax advisory and compliance services with a focus on international taxation. He also led the Northern California International Tax Practice for Moss Adams and was a Director in International Tax Services for Deloitte in Denver. In the private sector, he was the Global Tax Director for a publicly traded chemical manufacturer with more than 100 subsidiaries operating in over 20 countries.

Stu has a Master of Accounting with an emphasis in Taxation and Information Systems from Florida State University. He also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin. Stu is a featured speaker on international topics including foreign tax reporting and compliance, foreign tax credits, and tax-efficient repatriation. He is the four-time recipient of the Star Speaker Award from the Council for International Tax Education. He also teaches for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and both the California and Colorado State Societies of CPAs.

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International Tax Strategies for Cross-border Expansion

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Transfer Pricing: Practical Issues for Global Players

Tap into the expert insight of Stu Myhill, leader of TaxOps' International Tax Practice, with these Frequently Asked Questions on many hard-to-crack issues related to transfer pricing. Get the File »