Diana Herskovitz is an Enrolled Agent engaged in tax preparation for U.S. and international clients. As an Enrolled Agent, she is authorized by the Internal Revenue Service to prepare and file U.S. tax returns, provide tax advice to individuals and businesses affected by the U.S. tax laws and represent clients before the IRS. She holds a Master’s Degree in U.S. Taxation and International Finance from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, and is obtaining an accounting degree from the University of Maryland University College. Diana is fluent in German, French, and Spanish, and has authored international tax articles on transfer pricing and cross-border mergers. She is also a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents.
Previously, Diana worked at the Delegation of the European Commission and the Embassy of Belgium in Washington DC, as a part of the liaison office to the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, and the International Monetary Fund. Diana is a graduate of the University of Munich, with Masters degrees in Classic Languages and French Linguistics.
Donald Herskovitz, an attorney, specializes in tax and business law. Recently, he was a court-appointed monitor of KPMG, the international accounting firm. Previously, he was senior technical advisor for the Washington national tax offices of Deloitte & Touche and PriceWaterhouseCoopers. He was also a partner in a Washington D.C. law firm, an acting section chief in the corporate reorganization branch of the Internal Revenue Service, associate dean and associate professor at Catholic University School of Law and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Mr. Herskovitz has authored numerous articles on tax related subjects. He is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center (LLM-Tax) and the University of Michigan Law School (JD).