Ellentuck Receives Tax Division's Highest Award


Albert B. Ellentuck received the Arthur J. Dixon Memorial Award, the highest award given by the AICPA in the area of taxation.

Ellentuck, currently of counsel to King & Nordlinger LLP Attorneys at Law in Arlington, Va., has spent his career in  practice with both law and CPA firms, focusing on estates and trusts, as well as tax planning for individuals, businesses and notfor- profit organizations.

Ellentuck chaired the AICPA Tax Executive Committee, the Tax Division’s Liaison with Other Professional Organizations Subcommittee and the Communications Committee. He has also served on the Tax Administration and Corporations & Shareholders subcommittees.

He is also the author of several tax-oriented books and articles and serves as editor of the Case Study section of The Tax Adviser and has been a member of the publication’s editorial advisory board.

The award, given by the AICPA Tax Division, honors Arthur J. Dixon, chairman of the Tax Executive Committee from 1977 to 1980. It was first awarded to Dixon, posthumously, in 1982.

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