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Tax Returns – What are all those forms for and what can be learned from them?

March 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

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Tax Returns – What are all those forms for and what can be learned from them?


Tax returns can provide a wealth of information needed for determining disposal income available for support and helping to determine the value of a business for equitable distribution purposes.  There are many forms that may be relevant (Forms 1040, 1065, 1120, 1120S; Schedules C, E, F; and more).  Members of the Crumling & Hoffmaster Team will provide some insights into what you can learn from a tax return and how to best prepare for presenting relevant information to the opposing attorney, Conference Officer, Divorce Master and Judge.  With recent and continual changes in the look of many tax forms, even the experienced practitioner will benefit.  As an added benefit, a portion of the presentation will discuss how a PPP Loan, EIDL Grant, or other stimulus program may impact a Company’s financials and what is (or is not) reflected on the tax return.


Greg Crumling, CPA, ABV, CFF has over 35 years of experience in public accounting. His career started in taxation and quickly moved into the areas of forensic, litigation and valuation services within a public accounting firm. After being introduced to business valuations for estate purposes over 30 years ago, Greg’s career led him to become a respected forensic, litigation and valuation consultant in central Pennsylvania. He has significant experience in business valuation and financial forensics in family law consultation and litigation and has been qualified as an expert in York, Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, Adams, Franklin, Montour, Luzerne, Indiana and Lebanon Counties, as well as United States Bankruptcy Court and District Court (Middle District of Pennsylvania).

Greg has instructed continuing education programs for the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA), the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and the Bar Associations of Pennsylvania (Family Law Section), York, Lancaster and Franklin Counties, and various business organizations. In addition, he has written and published various articles on business valuation matters.


Adriann H. Reed, CPA, CFE, CVA began her career in a traditional public accounting firm in 2007, with her primary concentration in an audit role. Then, in 2010, she transitioned her focus to business valuations and litigation support. Adriann has performed business valuations for various purposes, including gift and estate tax filings, business planning, shareholder disputes, and family law consultation. Additionally, she has assisted in determining cash flow available for spousal and child support as well as performing forensic analysis as it relates to hidden income and assets. In addition to being a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Valuation Analyst, Adriann is a Certified Fraud Examiner and has led civil and criminal asset misappropriation investigations. She has been qualified as an expert on business valuation, income available for support and financial forensic matters in various counties including Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, and Franklin. Adriann joined the Crumling & Hoffmaster team in January 2021.

As an active member of her community, Adriann currently serves as a board member and treasurer of Girls on the Run, Capital Area. She also serves on the loan committee and is an emeritus board member for Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation. In addition, she is a member of the United Way of the Capital Region’s Women’s Leadership Network and Bridges Society.



March 26
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
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Franklin County Bar Association, Conference Room 1
100 Lincoln Way East, Suite E
Chambersburg, PA 17201 United States
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