B.A., Whitman College; J.D., Gonzaga Law School; LL.M., Georgetown Law Center
Kevin Curran is a Managing Director in PwC’s Washington National Tax Services’ US Tax Controversy and Regulatory Services Team. Kevin focuses on advising companies and individuals on US tax compliance, voluntary disclosures of unreported income or failure to file international information returns (e.g., 3520, 3520-A, Forms 5471, 5472), ‘9100 relief’ for missed elections, penalty abatements, interest and use of money rules, the entity classification rules and EIN issues associated with business reorganizations, IRS Service Center inquiries, equitable remedies, and other areas of federal tax procedure. Before joining PwC, Kevin spent nine years with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, first in Washington, DC and then in Manhattan. Kevin litigated cases in the United States Tax Court and was responsible for assisting Department of Justice attorneys on tax matters litigated in the United States District Court and in the Court of Federal Claims. Kevin advised the IRS Examination Division on Coordinated Examination Program (large case) issues. He also worked with agents in the IRS’s Criminal Investigation Division to develop cases involving taxpayers that had been referred for prosecution to the US Attorney’s office. After leaving District Counsel in 1997, Kevin joined the San Jose, California office of Ernst & Young LLP (E&Y). E&Y sent Kevin to London, England in 2001 to run the firm’s European IRS Practice and Procedure Desk. Kevin returned to the United States in 2004 and joined PwC in 2005.Kevin is a member of the Washington State Bar Association. He has a B.A. in History and Liberal Arts from Whitman College, a J.D. from Gonzaga University School of Law, and an LL.M. in Taxation from Georgetown Law Center.