Troy D. Renkemeyer

Professional tax consultant in the greater Kansas City area.

Troy D. Renkemeyer

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Troy D. Renkemeyer is a CPA and business consultant in the greater Kansas City area. He holds a Bachelors of Science degree (major in accounting) from Missouri State University. Troy graduated with Cum Laude honors, and later obtained his certified public accountant designation (in the state of Missouri) in 1991. Later that year, Troy began the Masters of Accountancy / Taxation program at the University of Missouri at Columbia. In the summer of 1996, Troy obtained a law degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Troy again graduated with honors, finishing in the top 13% of his class. While working in the field, he obtained an advanced law degree ( Masters of Law (LLM) ) from the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Law. Troy is a valued business resource for those facing tax issues, including negotiations and reductions of IRS debt, removal of tax liens, transactional tax issues and corporate mergers among other tax related issues. Troy has authored content on topics including how to buy real estate in an IRA, tax debt resolution strategies and fresh start programs for taxpayers who owe the IRS. He has also done extensive work on business formation, contract negotiation and general tax issues. He also has written about the benefits of IRA investments, and the tax implications surrounding such investment types. Troy D. Renkemeyer is a proud member of the greater Kansas City area business consulting community, and an advocate for those seeking tax advice. Troy has extensive knowledge of the "Fresh Start" program for helping tax payers who owe the IRS, as well as amnesty tax laws in both Kansas and Missouri.

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Troy D. Renkemeyer and Renkemeyer Tax Consulting are proud supporters of Blue Valley High School Sports, Drown Out Cancer, St. Michael The Archangel Church and The Digital Alley Golf Tournament to benefit first responders, In 2017, that list will also include Habitat For Humanity of Kansas City and Goodwill of Greater Kansas City will also receive 2017 donations.

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