Instructor Biography

Tony Salzman, CPA

Tony Salzman has been writing and teaching continuing professional education courses in taxation since 1976. He has written and/or taught hundreds of classes to thousands of Certified Public Accountants, tax attorneys, Internal Revenue Agents and other tax professionals. He uses his real-life experiences as a framework for class discussion.

Tony worked for 6 ½ years as an Internal Revenue Agent (and IRS instructor) in Chicago and Los Angeles; He spent one year in industry as staff to the controller of an international aero-space contractor (Hughes Helicopters Division of Summa Corporation); He worked for 6 ½ years at Laventhol & Horwath, CPAs in Los Angeles; Since 1987, he has practiced accounting in Thousand Oaks, California.

Tony first began teaching while working for the Internal Revenue Service in Chicago In 1983, he began teaching with and for the California Society of CPAs. He has designed many courses for the California CPA Education Foundation including (but not nearly limited to): 101 Tax Planning Strategies for the Closely Held Business S-Corporations: What Every CPA Needs to Know LLC, Partnerships, & S-Corporation: Update, Review & Workshop S Corporations: Tax Consequences of Termination, Liquidation and Sale

He has also spoken at dozens of conferences run by the California CPA Education Foundation and has chaired several.

Tony is married and has two children. He has lived with his family in Thousand Oaks, California since 1979.