Elizabeth Swanson
Manager

Kansas City

Kansas City, KS

8801 Renner Blvd.
Suite 100
Lenexa, KS 66219

913-643-5000

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Elizabeth (Beth) Swanson, J.D., is a manager for the national tax solutions team. Beth is instrumental in helping businesses navigate tax code legislation and find creative and effective ways to minimize tax burden.

She is adept at working closely with families and businesses to plan for and attain long-term objectives. Beth develops strategies to help families plan for ownership transitions and navigate through the estate planning process, as well as minimize complex taxation burdens.

Beth also works with businesses to tackle labor issues by designing employee compensation strategies via unique incentives that result in attracting and retaining talent.

She holds a Juris Doctorate degree and applies her highly technical expertise and detail-oriented aptitude to carefully sorting through regulations and tax law. Beth is considered a thought leader and expert in her field and has presented on comprehensive tax solutions and the application of newly released IRS regulations and COVID Relief programs across the markets, industries, and organizations that KCoe serves.

Education

J.D., Washburn University School of Law
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Wichita State University

Personal Interests

Enjoys knitting, visiting craft breweries, and helping her son discover the world around us.

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