Please Join Us For a Webinar on Thursday, May 14, at 10 AM (PDT): “There’s No Place Like Home – For Tax Deductions”

There’s No Place Like Home – For Tax Deductions

Complimentary Webinar On
Thursday, May 14, At 10:00 AM (PDT)

RINA Accountants & Advisors

MGI North America member-firm, RINA, will participate in a webinar on Thursday, May 14, at 10:00 AM to 10:45 AM (PDT), sponsored by the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers. Brenda Colburn Jemmott, CPA, Tax Partner with RINA, and Ray Schlather, Esq. of Schlather, Stumbar, Parks & Salk, LLP, will co-present this complimentary, live-streamed event.

Do you suddenly have a home office? Don’t we all! Please join us for this relevant, timely, and informative webinar as industry experts review home-office tax deductions and other tax implications of COVID-19. Learn what you can and cannot deduct, and how you can maximize your deductions.

We hope you can join us!

*Attendees will earn .5 Practice Management CLE Credits 

Brenda Colburn Jemmott, CPA, is a Tax Partner with RINA, the Head of the Firm’s Oakland office, and Co-Managing Director of Tax. Brenda joined RINA in 2006 and serves as Co-Chair of the Firm’s International Practice, and Head of the Firm’s Tax Controversy Group. With more than 20 years of experience providing tax consultation and compliance services to high net worth individuals and businesses, Brenda specializes in international tax compliance and consultation, real estate taxation, and tax planning for corporate ownership changes.


About RINA 

Founded in 1946, RINA provides a full range of accounting and consulting services in four northern California locations and with over 80 experienced professionals to draw upon to meet the needs of their clients. RINA deeply understands the entrepreneurial spirit and has taken many start-up clients to the IPO stage. The Firm has extensive experience assisting clients meet the compliance requirements of the various federal, state, and local taxing authorities through careful tax planning, regular communication, and active participation in the decision-making process to minimize the tax consequences of doing business.