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Tyler von Lange

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Tyler von Lange, CPA, MBA, finds tax saving solutions for high net worth individuals, manufacturers and real estate companies to help provide a clearer picture of their finances. Tyler’s favorite thing about being a CPA is guiding clients through the complex and confusing tax realm and being one of the people responsible for making the tax process less stressful.

 

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Tyler is very passionate about music. He spends a good potion of each day listening to music, discovering new artists and attending concerts of various sizes.

Tyler von Lange, CPA, MBA, is a manager in the firm’s tax department. Tyler specializes in working with high net worth individuals, manufacturers and real estate companies, but also has a passion for helping small businesses of all sizes.

With seven years of experience in public accounting, Tyler likes to switch things up and not maintain the status quo. Each year, he looks at potential opportunities for tax savings for every client, no matter the situation, in hopes of saving them as much money as possible.

Nothing makes Tyler happier than guiding clients through the tax realm. With taxes being so complex and confusing, he enjoys being one of the people responsible for making the tax process less stressful — especially since taxes are usually the biggest expense many of his clients see in any given year.

In his free time, Tyler serves as the treasurer for Banner Neighborhoods, a nonprofit that seeks to empower east Baltimore communities with life-enriching programs for youth and older adults.

Education

  • Master of business administration degree, Mount St. Mary's University (2018)
  • Bachelor of accounting degree, Mount St. Mary's University (2016)

Affiliations

  • American Institute of CPAs
  • Maryland Association of CPAs

More Fun Facts

  • Tyler drove over 2,000 miles in 48 hours to go camping at Zion National Park with friends…twice!
  • If Tyler could travel back in time, he’d visit Rome in its prime. It seemed like a very advanced society for the time period, and he thinks it’d be cool to see the city in its heyday.

Articles By Tyler

Maryland Extends Deadline for MarylandSaves Exemption to December 31, 2023

It has been quite some time since Maryland’s general assembly passed MarylandSaves in 2016. After much delay, Maryland finally put its retirement vehicle into motion on September 15, 2022, in the form of a Roth IRA account. Now that the program has been in full effect for over a year, applicable Maryland businesses must file for the annual exemption by December 31, 2023. Here are the details business owners need to know.

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Investment and Employment Tax Credits for Mid-Atlantic Manufacturers

The manufacturing industry has been the backbone of the U.S. economy since the Industrial Revolution. The success of this industry has helped position the U.S. as the world's largest economy. An economy with a strong manufacturing presence helps ensure that a nation's people can access the food, supplies and commodities they need day-to-day. To help this industry thrive, several states in the Mid-Atlantic region provide state income tax and other tax credits for increasing employment or placing manufacturing equipment into service. Let's look at each state and see exactly what is offered to manufacturers.

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Provider Relief Fund Reporting Requirements for Healthcare Providers

Healthcare providers who received funding from the Provider Relief Fund must report the use of funds to the Health Resources & Services Administration according to a specific reporting schedule. Here’s what healthcare providers need to know.

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