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Kimberlee is Withum’s International Services Practice Leader with over 25 years of accounting and tax experience, and expertise in international structuring, FATCA, transfer pricing, partnerships inbound and outbound, executive compensation planning and individuals.

She sits on the International Tax Committee. Additionally, Kimberlee is co-chair of both the HLB North America Tax Services Group and the HLB International Tax Committee.

In 2002, Kimberlee received the Princeton YWCA Tribute to Women award. In 2007, Kimberlee was named a Woman of Influence in Finance by the New Jersey Women’s Fund, and in 2008 she was named one of the Best 50 Women in Business by NJBIZ. During 2012, Kimberlee was named “Woman of the Year” by Garden State Woman, received a salute to the Policy Makers award from Executive Women of New Jersey and was named a “Woman of Note” by the NJSCPA.

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Kimberlee has authored articles for numerous local publications and has been a frequent lecturer on tax, business and financial matters to the general public, and professional and business organizations. She coordinates and conducts continuing professional education training on all types of tax issues for the firm’s accountants and outside professionals. She resides in Mercer County, NJ.

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