Tom Greenaway leads KPMG’s Tax Controversy Services practice in New England. The practice works on behalf of clients with IRS revenue agents, revenue officers, specialists, IRS counsel attorneys, managers, Appeals Officers, and other revenue agents throughout New England, across the country, and around the world.
Tom focuses on representing clients before the IRS, from rulings and voluntary disclosures through examination, Appeals, and post-Appeals dispute resolution, with an emphasis on international tax matters. Tom also assists firm clients on general tax consulting matters.
Before joining KPMG, Tom practiced as a senior attorney in the Large & Midsize Business division of the IRS Office of Chief Counsel in Boston. While with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, he served as U.S. Counsel to the Joint International Tax Shelter Information Centre.
Tom is an active member of his community. Tom serves as a Council Director of the American Bar Association (ABA) Tax Section. Tom served two terms as a member and Chair of the Wayland Finance Committee. Tom was also elected to two terms on the Board of Finance in Chester, Connecticut. He is a member of the Boston Tax Forum and past chair of the Boston Bar Association Tax Section.
Tom is a frequent author on tax topics and has contributed articles to, among other publications, Tax Executive, Tax Notes, Tax Lawyer, and Taxes. He speaks regularly before professional organizations such as Tax Executives Institute and the ABA Tax Section. He has been a member of the faculty for the American Law Institute’s annual Tax Controversy Conference in 2017.
Tom earned a BA degree, cum laude, from Columbia College, and a JD degree, with honors, from the University of Connecticut School of Law.