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Christian T. Wood

Principal at RSM
Washington, District Of Columbia
Christian Leads the technical research and analysis for RSM’s accounting methods and period team . He has more than 14 years of experience in public accounting and the public sector and law. Christian consults with clients on a variety of tax technical issues in the accounting and methods functional area, including the timing and character of income and expense recognition, inventory methods, UNICAP, the treatment of tangible assets, amortization and depreciation, transaction costs, intangible assets, and changes in methods of accounting and accounting periods.
Christian Published “Implementing the New Tangible Property Regulations” in the Journal of Accountancy; in addition, Christian led the tangible property regulations initiative while at Eide Bailly LLP.
He holds a J.D. degree, George Mason University School of Law; masters of laws degree in taxation, Georgetown University Law Center; B.A. degree in economics, University of California.

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What is your area of expertise?
I have over 14 years of public accounting experience during which time I have specialized in corporate tax issues. As a Principal in Washington National Tax’s Accounting Methods & Periods group, I lead the research and analysis of a variety of tax technical issues in the accounting methods and periods functional area (e.g., income and expense recognition, capitalization, inventory methods, amortization/depreciation, changes in methods of accounting, and accounting periods).
What have you written or published within your profession?
I wrote Implementing the New Tangible Property Regulations in the Journal of Acccountancy.


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School Degree Graduation Year
University of California, Los Angeles B.A. 1992
George Mason University School of Law JD 1999
Georgetown University Law Center LL.M 2000

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1250 H Street NW Suite 650
Washington, DC 20005