Mabel Tan, CPA, MBT
SENIOR MANAGER - TAX
Mabel Tan is a Tax Senior Manager at KROST. She started her career in public accounting in 2009. Prior to joining KROST, she worked at one of the Big Four accounting firms specializing in both federal and multi-state tax compliance and consulting for primarily pass-through entities and some corporate entities. Mabel's client experiences include private equity funds, closed-end funds, and fund of funds in the investment management industry, as well as serving other financial institutions in the financial services industry.
Mabel is a Certified Public Accountant. She received her Master of Business Taxation and Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Southern California.
Mabel enjoys traveling, food tasting, and spending time with her family.
• KROST, Senior Tax Manager (2021 – Present)
• Master of Business Taxation, University of Southern California
• Bachelor of Science in Accounting,University of Southern California
Tax Thought Leadership
Client Spotlight: Joyce Cenali, COO of Big Rock, Educates KROST on the Cannabis Industry, Luxury Products, and Equity in Business
KROST Client, Big Rock, has been making a name for itself in the luxury cannabis industry. The company’s affiliate entity, Sonoma Hills Farm, represents the finest in this consumer products industry, and recently their COO, Joyce Cenali, was named as one of SF Times Most Influential Women. We had the opportunity to catch up with … Read More
Multinational companies can expect some extraordinary changes in the US and international tax environment – and this time, it may be much more than an increase in rates. While higher US tax rates have been proposed to fund the new Biden administration’s COVID and infrastructure priorities, new international tax proposals may lead to surprise tax … Read More
Pasadena, CA. – KROST CPAs and Consultants, Los Angeles-based firm, receives two new accolades from Accounting Today, Top 100 Firms, and Fastest-Growing Firms in the U.S. KROST is a full-service certified public accounting and consulting firm serving clients across various industries in the areas of tax, accounting, consulting, assurance and advisory, M&A and capital markets, … Read More
The Internal Revenue Service has postponed the April 15 tax payment and filing deadline for individuals to May 17, allowing more time to file your 2020 Federal Form 1040 income tax return. California conforms to the federal change and many other states to follow the IRS lead. The recent $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill signed … Read More
You may be required to file Form 5471, “Information Return of U.S. Persons with Respect to Certain Foreign Corporations,” if you have ownership in a foreign corporation. Form 5471 is becoming increasingly important for U.S. taxpayers with interest in a foreign corporation regardless of location. Determining who needs to file Form 5471 can be a … Read More
US citizens living abroad and foreign nationals residing in the US are renouncing their citizenship in a record-breaking fashion. During the first three quarters of 2020, the IRS published 5,045 individuals who have made the ultimate decision to expatriate and formally cut ties with the United States. This amount is significantly higher than the numbers … Read More
Navigating the ins and outs of US taxes as a US shareholder of a controlled foreign corporation (CFC) has been complex in the last couple of years due to changes in regulations from the IRS. Taxpayers need tax planning to determine the best strategy to mitigate the CFC’s tax liabilities. In 2019, the IRS and … Read More
The following article was written by the IRS. View the original source here: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/tips-to-help-people-choose-a-reputable-tax-preparer Whether taxpayers regularly use a tax professional to help them file a tax return or they have decided to work with one for the first time, it is important to choose a tax return preparer wisely. Taxpayers are responsible for all the information … Read More
With the advent of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the estate, gift, and generation skipping tax exemptions increased dramatically, but these changes were only temporary. With the Biden administration now in place and at least some Democratic control of the senate, there is added uncertainty that should be evaluated soon. It is … Read More
Old Law New Law Eligible Employers 2020 2021 Eligible employers can receive a refundable payroll tax credit of 50% of wages paid to employees between March 13th, 2020 and December 31st, 2020. No Change Eligible employers can receive a refundable payroll tax credit up to 70% of qualifying wages paid between January 1, 2021 and … Read More