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The Tax Deductions Blog Team

Amy E. Ebeling | Attorney | RuderWare

Amy E. Ebeling

Attorney, Wausau Office

Amy is an attorney with a passion for tax. She advises individuals and businesses on a variety of tax matters including entity taxation, estate and gift tax planning, and tax filing requirements. Amy brings a practical solution-orientated approach to the tax issues present in the formation and operation of domestic and international entities, mergers and acquisitions, and business succession planning. Working closely with clients, their financial advisors, and accountants, she creates and implements tax-efficient structures for business operations and investment holdings.

Melissa S. Kampmann | Attorney | RuderWare

Melissa S. Kampmann

Attorney, Wausau Office

As a seasoned estate planner, Melissa Kampmann counsels individuals and families to create a plan for the transfer and preservation of their assets during their lifetime and at death. Using sophisticated techniques, Melissa works to create such a plan keeping a mindful eye on tax issues involved with wealth transfer including gift, estate, generation skipping and income tax planning. Melissa also has extensive experience representing exempt organizations. She provides counsel in matters such as obtaining tax exempt status and compliance measures to maintain tax exempt status. As a direct result of her straightforward approach, Melissa is frequently sought after to present on estate planning topics whether it be forums for fellow attorneys through the State Bar of Wisconsin or for nonprofit organizations.

Mary Ellen Schill | Attorney | RuderWare

Mary Ellen Schill

Attorney, Wausau Office

Mary Ellen's employee benefits law practice involves the representation of both public and private sector employers in their sponsorship of all forms of employee benefit plans as well as compensation planning. Mary Ellen has extensive experience in employee benefit plan selection and design, as well as plan drafting and implementation, whether qualified or non-qualified retirement plans, flexible benefit plans, or welfare benefit plans.