John Michael Pusey
90004, California [CA], Los Angeles
90004, California, CA, Los Angeles
9AM - 4PM
J. Michael Pusey, CPA, is the founder of JMP Charitable Management Services. Mr. Pusey has written frequently on charitable planning and other tax topics. He was co-author of AICPA Tax Study No. 2, Tax Planning Techniques for Individuals and assisted in updating Andersen's charitable planning book, Tax Economics of Charitable Giving. Mr. Pusey was with the national tax departments of two national accounting firms, and was V.P., Manager of Tax Research and Planning, of a NYSE financial institution. He has also served as a volunteer with Hope for Homeless Youth and other charities.
Mr. Pusey's firm also publishes a comprehensive reference library and newsletter on charitable remainder trusts that is licensed to advisors and groups with an interest in educating advisors.
Mr. Pusey founded JMP Charitable Management Services in 1993 to bridge the gap between his charitable and ministry interests and technical tax background. A CPA since 1969, Mr. Pusey worked many years with national accounting firms, including eight years with the national tax function of such firms, during which time he was primarily involved with coordinating research and planning. A native of Texas and long-time California resident, Mr. Pusey spent time in Washington, D.C., and Chicago during his years with national accounting firms.
He worked for five years as Manager of Tax Research and Planning, Assistant Tax Director, and Vice President of a major financial institution in Beverly Hills.
He co-authored Tax Planning Techniques for Individuals, AICPA Tax Study No. 2, Revised Ed., 1980. He has written numerous articles on charitable planning and other tax topics.
He assisted with the 13th Edition of Arthur Andersen's Tax Economics of Charitable Giving (1999).
He contributed chapters to the Kleinrock 1040 Handbook (2004).