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Archived: Audio: How to Balance Work and Family Members With Special Needs

PwC’s(No. 4on the DiversityInc 2017 Top 50 Companies for Diversity list)Brad Hopton discusses how to balance work and family members with special needs. Hopton advises to bring your whole self and not compartmentalize personal life vs. professional life because the two will cross over.


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About Brad Hopton

Brad leads high-performing, multidimensional teams that are intensely focused on driving value and delivering quality service to some of PwC’s largest multinational clients. His overall responsibilities include the delivery of tax-related consulting, compliance and advisory services, primarily focused on the Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences and Industrial Products industry sectors.

Building his practice on trust and strong client relationships, Brad has extensive experience in advising companies on a broad range of domestic and international tax matters. He has led numerous large-scale tax planning projects in areas including: mergers and acquisitions, global structuring, tax-attribute optimization, cash repatriation, transfer pricing and intercompany debt planning. Brad also specializes in Accounting for Income Taxes and Tax Function Effectiveness. He is a published author and speaker on tax issues affecting multinational companies and has organized several innovative and thought-provoking roundtables with senior industry executives.

In addition to his client responsibilities, Brad is PwC’s Tax Leader for the New York Metro region, as well as the partner champion of the Firm’s Disability Inclusion Employee Resource Groups. Brad is also active in his community and serves on the board of several charitable and civic organizations.

Brad is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Master’s degree in Accountancy from Miami University (Ohio). He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Milligan College.

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