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Dipl.-Kff. Kirsten Feldmann
Year of birth 1970
Partner since 2015
Short Curriculum Vitae
Kirsten Feldmann is a tax consultant and primarily advises medium-sized clients about all of their personal and business-related tax issues. She is also increasingly actively involved in the area of tax-related investment controlling. Her work focuses on consultancy relating to the structuring of asset and corporate succession, as well as the tax-efficient design of corporate restructuring and acquisition processes. In addition, she also actively accompanies her clients during external audits and also extrajudicial and judicial appeals proceedings.
Kirsten Feldmann has worked for the RLT Group at its main headquarters in Essen since 2009. She previously worked for more than 10 years for the WARTH & KLEIN Auditing Company, Düsseldorf, where she provided services to medium-sized family-run companies and their members. She has been a partner at RLT since 2015.
Kirsten Feldmann completed her degree studies in business management (Diplom-Kauffrau) at the Gerhard-Mercator-Universität in Duisburg in 1996. Her academic training was rounded off with a one year placement at the Chair for Business Management, where she focussed in particular on commercial taxation. She had already gained some insight into the processes followed in large corporations before her degree while training to become a bank clerk. Kirsten Feldmann was certified as a tax consultant by the Düsseldorf Chamber of Tax Consultants in 2001. She speaks German and English.
Membership of Associations
- Düsseldorf Chamber of Tax Consultants (Steuerberaterkammer Düsseldorf)
"Umsatzsteuerliche Bemessungsgrundlage bei Geschäftsführungstätigkeiten" (The basis for calculating VAT for business management activities), INF 2005, P. 391-394
"Übernahmeverpflichtungen von Umwandlungskosten - Ermittlung und Ausnutzung steuerrechtlicher Gestaltungsspielräume-" (Takeover obligations relating to corporate transformations - determining and exploiting the opportunities available within tax law , DStR 1997, P. 2041-2048