Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP is proud to announce that eleven members of the firm’s tax groups were honored at the Taxation Section of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Annual Irving Shulbank Memorial Dinner and Program with the 2015 J. Ronald Shiff Memorial Pro Bono Award on the evening of May 13, 2015 at The Center Club. The J. Ronald Shiff Memorial Pro Bono Award is presented annually to an attorney or attorneys who have demonstrated a commitment to providing legal services to those without sufficient means or access to such services. Those honored for their involvement in the U.S. Military’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program were Brian Crepeau, Jim Liang, Leigh Kessler, Giovanni Alberotanza, Julian Lee, Brandon Mourges, Elizabeth Shaner, Seth Groman, Tynisha McKinley, Angela Gettier andDenise Novak.
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg’s Tax Controversy Group has served the Fort Meade community during the past 4 tax return filing seasons as part of the U.S. Military’s VITA Program. The VITA program is a partnership between the Internal Revenue Service’s SPEC (Stakeholders Partnerships Education and Communication), the American Bar Association, and the U.S. Military, and provides free, quality income tax return preparation for military service men and women and their families. As sponsors, RMG Attorneys and Staff are trained and certified to prepare basic, intermediate, advanced and military income tax returns under the VITA guidelines. They then serve as instructors for a week each January to the military personnel who prepare returns for military members and their families. RMG is truly honored to be a part of the VITA program, which gives them an opportunity to say “thank you” to the men and women who serve and protect our country.
Click here to read the article in The Daily Record from April 13, 2015 on the Military VITA program and RMG’s involvement.