Chris Levkulich

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Chris provides tax planning advice to businesses and their owners. He advises on matters relating to the taxation of corporations and partnerships, entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, asset sales, operations, and real estate transactions. Chris also counsels individuals in estate planning and general income tax matters. 

Prior to joining Moye White, Chris worked for a local firm specializing in tax matters and practiced as a CPA at a Big Four accounting firm. Chris’s tenure as a CPA provides him with a unique perspective on the tax and financial reporting aspects of business transactions.

Chris enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, fly fishing, and watching all of Colorado’s sports teams.

Publications and Articles

“Qualified Opportunity Zones” 
Tax Law Section Newsletter, Colorado Bar Association, 2019

Speaking Engagements and Presentations

“Annual Update on the Taxation of Pass-Through Entities”
Colorado Bar Association - Tax Law Section, 2016 – 2023

An Introduction to the Taxation of Cryptocurrency
Colorado Bar Association - Tax Law Section, March 2023

“Like-Kind Exchanges: Fundamentals and Advanced Practice”
Colorado Bar Association, 2020

“Pass-Through Entities: Critical Operating Issues”
CPE4U, 2017 – 2020

“Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017: Choice of Entity and Planning Considerations After Tax Reform”
Business Law Institute, 2018

“2017 TCJA: In-Depth Look at Taxation of Pass-Through Entities”
Colorado Bar Association, 2018