Eric M. Anderson
Eric Anderson leads the San Francisco Bay Area state and local tax practice of Andersen Tax. He focuses on income tax planning and compliance, sales and use tax transaction planning, mergers and acquisitions, franchise tax matters, and administrative tax controversies. Eric has extensive experience with unitary tax planning, business and nonbusiness issues, and entity structuring to manage multistate tax liabilities.
Eric also serves as an Andersen Tax firmwide resource for credit and incentive consulting, including negotiated incentives related to company expansions and training activities, as well as statutory tax credits. He has helped clients obtain refunds for a variety of statutory credits aggregating millions of dollars.
Eric has been practicing in the state and local tax area since 1994. Before joining Andersen Tax, he had experience with international professional services firms consulting in a variety of state and local tax areas. He also held a tax planning position with a Global 100 technology consulting corporation where his team led the global reorganization of the entities to place the company in a tax efficient structure leading up to an initial public offering.
Eric serves as an Adjunct Professor with the University of San Francisco School of Law, and has previously taught state and local taxation in other law programs. He also speaks on tax topics at seminars including the Georgetown University Law Center Advanced State and Local Tax Institute and the Institute for Professionals in Taxation.