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Professional Experience

Mia Yun is a Director/Shareholder with Moore Doeren Mayhew’s International Services Group. Her clients include high-net-worth individuals, corporate executives, estates, trusts and multinational companies.

Specializing in tax, Mia draws on her more than 27 years diverse experience, including eight years at Big Four firms. Today, she focuses on providing international tax services to clients with multinational interests and family office services to high net-worth families.

Mia’s experience includes:

International Tax

  • Consultation in structuring and expansion of inbound and outbound U.S. investments
  • Consultation with foreign trusts and beneficiaries regarding U.S. tax aspects
  • U.S. tax compliance required for international investments by U.S. companies
  • U.S. tax compliance required for U.S. investments by non-U.S. companies
  • Assisting multi-national individual clients from a U.S. tax aspect with international investments and offshore trusts
  • Successful shepherding U.S. individual taxpayers through the IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

Family Office

  • Integrated tax planning for minimizing income, estate and gift taxes for effective wealth-transfer solutions
  • Providing customized solutions to functional family offices and families of multiple generations
  • Leading, implementing, monitoring and updating strategies by working closely with the families
  • Offering and delivering concierge services to the families
  • Providing strategies and consulting with foreign family offices to minimize U.S. tax implications

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Arts, Accounting – Michigan State University
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants
  • Moore Global Network Limited

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