|NAME||Kenneth D. Hall, Partner|
|EDUCATION||University of Georgia, B.A.
Mercer University, J.D.
University of Florida, LL.M
|BAR MEMBERSHIPS||State of Georgia|
|PRACTICE AREAS||Tax Litigation
Mergers and Acquisitions
Capital Raises and Restructuring
Captive Insurance Companies
Kenneth Hall joined Moore Ingram Johnson & Steele, LLP in May, 2014 as an associate in the Firm’s Taxation and Estate Planning Departments in the Marietta office. Kenny received his Master of Laws Degree (LL.M) in taxation from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law, his J.D. from Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, Cum Laude, and his Bachelors of Arts in Political Science from the School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia, with a minor in Philosophy.
Kenny was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia in May of 2014, the Georgia Supreme Court in June of 2014, and the United States Tax Court in July of 2014.
Kenny’s practice is primarily focused on advising businesses and business owners through capital raises, acquiring and selling businesses, tax-efficient capital restructuring and reorganization and corporate formations as well as representing businesses and individuals in disputes against the Internal Revenue Service and various state Departments of Revenue.
Kenny is an active member of Vistage.
Kenny and his wife Ali live in Atlanta. Outside of the office, Kenny closely follows University of Georgia athletics and enjoys traveling with his wife and playing rugby and golf.
Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA, Nick Antonucci, CVA, CEPA, and K.C. Smith, CFP®, CEPA of Henssler Financial are joined by Kenny Hall, an attorney and partner at Moore Ingram Johnson & Steele, LLP. He is an expert in tax litigation, mergers and acquisitions, capital raises and restructuring and captive insurance companies. Kenny joins the Our Three Cents hosts to talk about the benefits of having a corporate attorney involved in your business well before exit planning is even considered. Having a company’s basic documentation in place can put owners in a better position to receive the expected value of the transaction, as prospective buyers will ask to see certain records when conducting due diligence.