Andy Chapman
Senior Director
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10+ years of sales and use tax consulting experience
Specializes in reverse audits, audit defense, and tax planning
Degree in accounting from Louisiana State University
Based in Houston
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Corporate changes typically result in tax compliance obligations in new jurisdictions, attrition in the tax department, data migration issues and legacy system constraints — all of which indirectly impact the business operating units. Taking the time to ensure a tax team plays an integral part in changes in corporate plans can have a substantial impact on the company’s future by helping to mitigate potential future tax risks.
Andy Chapman, a Senior Director with Alvarez & Marsal Taxand in Houston, focuses on sales and use tax issues, including reverse audits, audit management and controversy, tax planning, voluntary disclosure programs, multi-state taxability matrix for system implementation projects, indirect tax automation, audit sample design, and enterprise zone credits for economic development.

His experience comprises sales and use tax compliance consulting for tax department management, including interim department oversight, nexus studies, record retention policies, process review, sourcing analysis, certificate management, filing status maintenance and on-going staff training.

Mr. Chapman brings more than ten years of tax experience working with clients across a variety of industries, including manufacturing, agriculture, retail, oil and gas, leasing, public utilities, media broadcasting, construction, insurance, entertainment and food service industries.

Before joining A&M, he was a senior consultant with Ryan & Company in its sales and use tax consulting practice, focusing on reverse audits, audit management and controversy and tax planning.

Mr. Chapman earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from Louisiana State University. He is a member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation and a certified member of the institute.