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Mark Kozik

Of Counsel

555 17th Street, Suite 3200, Denver, CO 80202

With over 30 years of tax experience, Mark Kozik advises clients on state and local tax matters, including income, franchise, sales, and use tax issues. He also represents clients in state and local tax controversies.

Mark spent 20 years as a tax accountant in the federal and state tax practices at the Denver office of a national accounting firm. He also taught as an adjunct and full-time professor for over 20 years at the University of Denver in the Graduate Tax Program, where his classes included State and Local Tax, Consolidated Returns, Property Transactions, and Research and Writing.

In addition, he has taught over 200 days of continuing professional education programs for the University of Denver, covering numerous federal and state topics, including Multistate Corporate Income Tax, Sales and Use Tax, Consolidated Returns, and Federal Income Tax Updates, among others.

Experience

Mark advises clients on a variety of state and local tax matters, including:

  • Income tax
  • Franchise
  • Sales
  • Use tax issues
  • State and local tax disputes

Publications

Education

Bar Admissions

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • American Bar Association, Tax Section, Member
  • Colorado Bar Association, Tax Section, Member
  • Denver Bar Association, Member
  • Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants, Member
  • University of Denver Graduate Tax Program, Faculty, 1989-2012
  • Licensed Certified Public Accountant, State of Colorado
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