True Partners Consulting Appoints New Partners

True Partners Consulting LLC today announced that it has promoted four of its senior managers to managing directors: Lawrence P. Salus, Jr. and John P. Bennecke, in its Chicago headquarters, Tracey G. Sellers, in its Tampa, Fla. office, and Gregg P. Dluginsky, in its New York office.

“We’re delighted to be promoting these four people who exemplify the best of True Partners, and all of whom have made significant contributions to the firm’s early success,” said Cary McMillan, chief executive officer of True Partners. “As the fastest-growing tax practice in the country, we are committed to fostering an environment that recognizes top talent to ensure we offer our customers the very best tax and business consulting services.”

As a federal and international tax consultant for 16 years, Salus, 42, specializes in tax planning, mergers and acquisitions and accounting for income taxes. In addition, he has experience with corporate and partnership tax compliance and representing clients in tax controversies before federal and state authorities.

A tax professional with both public and industry accounting expertise, Bennecke, 40, has more than 15 years of experience specializing in tax compliance and consulting for large and mid-size multinational corporations, partnerships and individuals. Bennecke also provides services in the areas of tax due diligence, research and tax planning, and audit defense.

Sellers, 43, offers more than 18 years of experience serving clients in a variety of industries in the areas of state and local taxation, with an emphasis on transactional taxes. Other areas of expertise include income and franchise taxes, intangible personal property taxes and unclaimed property taxes.

An 18-year veteran of the public accounting industry, Dluginsky, 40, is a tax professional with extensive experience serving various corporations, partnerships and individuals in tax planning, Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 review, FASB 109, and tax compliance. Additionally, he specializes in tax services related to mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

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