T. Timothy Tuerff is the Managing Partner of the Washington National Tax Office of Deloitte Tax, LLP. In this role Mr. Tuerff leads the Washington National Tax practice in providing tax analysis to clients engaged in multinational corporate and investment transactions. This office analyzes issues and transactions with respect to specific client matters as well as identifies and analyzes current tax developments and their impact on Deloitte clients.
Mr. Tuerff specializes in international tax issues and serves U.S.-based multinational corporate clients engaged in cross-border transactions. His practice involves tax analysis related to structuring international business operations, mergers and acquisitions, financing and utilization of foreign tax credits. He recently testified before the U.S. Congress Ways and Means Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures concerning Chairman Camp's International Tax Reform Discussion Draft addressing a territorial system of taxation.
Mr. Tuerff formerly served as Special Assistant to the Chief Counsel and Special Assistant to the Associate Chief Counsel (International) of the Internal Revenue Service. He is a frequent contributor to tax periodicals, including Tax Notes and Tax Notes International and the Practicing Law Institute journal, Tax Planning for Domestic & Foreign Partnerships, LLCs, Joint Ventures & Other Strategic Alliances and the American Bar Association, International Franchising Journal. Mr. Tuerff is also a frequent speaker at seminars on international tax issues addressing such groups as Tax Executives Institute, International Fiscal Association, and the Tax Council Policy Institute Symposium. Tim currently serves on the 2012 Advisory Board for the Internal Revenue Service - George Washington University International Tax Symposium.
Mr. Tuerff is a graduate of Indiana University School of Law and School of Business. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the District of Columbia Bar Association and is a District of Columbia certified public accountant.