Press Room

September 30, 2014

Andersen Tax Broadens Cross Border Service Offering in Dallas Office

Andersen Tax announces the relocation of experienced Managing Director, Aaron Hawthorne, thus expanding their Dallas office’s service offerings for private clients. Aaron has over 16 years of experience in the tax industry. His primary areas of expertise include family wealth planning with an emphasis on complex cross-border compliance and planning.

Aaron works closely with families in order to help identify their goals and guidelines with particular assets and investments. With their goals, he then assists the family in developing tax efficient plans to meet their unique needs. Aaron focuses on planning and compliance for non-U.S. individuals from pre-immigration through preparing for expatriation. He also works with U.S. taxpayers residing overseas, inbound U.S. investments and planning for multi-jurisdictional families with U.S. connections and advises on managing the myriad of complexities arising when crossing international borders.

“Aaron’s transfer is part of our broader plan to identify the right players to provide best-in-class solutions in each of our markets,” shared Mark Vorsatz, CEO of Andersen Tax. “He built a tremendous reputation in the McLean market as a well-respected tax professional with expertise in complex cross border issues and our Dallas clients will benefit from his knowledge and depth of skills.”

“Aaron’s deep technical expertise in both multi-generational family wealth planning and complex cross border related issues adds dimension to the service offerings of our Dallas office,” said John Niemann, Office Managing Director of the Dallas office. “We have grown incrementally since inception and the transfer of an experienced Managing Director like Aaron is an example of our commitment to best serve our clients in this market.”

Aaron will join the team of three Managing Directors in the Dallas office. Before joining Andersen Tax, Aaron spent five years in the Personal Financial Services group of an international professional services firm in Washington, D.C. He also practiced law for over three years with a mid-size law firm in Savannah, Georgia. Aaron was the previous Editor of the State Bar of Georgia, Taxation Section’s Newsletter. He is active with many volunteer organizations including the Fairfax County Foster Care Parent’s Association.