Condrac joins Schneider Downs as manager in state and local tax practice

Schneider Downs recently announced that Cathleen Condrac has joined the company as a manager in its state and local tax (SALT) practice.

Condrac joins the firm following a 22-year career as a tax appeals hearing officer with the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue's Pittsburgh office. Over the course of her career, Condrac evaluated complex sales tax cases for departmental audits and refund appeals. She also has experience in personal income tax, property tax/rent rebate, and charitable exemption appeals.

At Schneider Downs, Condrac will work with clients to assist in tax planning and compliance matters relative to state and local tax matters. Her extensive experience with the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue will be a significant asset in her work.

"The addition of Cathleen Condrac is exciting because our clients now have access to the very unique and valuable insights of a professional highly experienced in the state tax appellate process ," said Timothy D. Adams, director of Schneider Downs SALT practice. "Over the past 20 years, Cathy has worked extensively with the companies and organizations within our market area, and she has earned a reputation for being both insightful and fair-minded. We are delighted to be able to offer her knowledge and ideas to our clients. "

Condrac is a graduate of Robert Morris College of Business, with a BS in Business Administration.

For more information about Condrac, Schneider Downs or its state and local tax practice, please contact Karlye Rowles, (412) 697-5264, or knrowles@schneiderdowns.com.

About Schneider Downs:

Schneider Downs is one of the 50 largest public accounting firms in the United States. The firm offers 75 services from five business units: Assurance and Tax Advisors; Business Advisors; Corporate Finance Advisors; Technology Advisors; and Wealth Management Advisors. The firm has offices in Pittsburgh and Columbus.

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