Michelle Bertolini has been teaching in the areas of accounting and taxation for over a decade. She has practiced in the area of taxation as both an attorney, and CPA for over 30 years. She owns a consulting firm specializing in insurance company and real estate taxation.
Michelle holds an LL.M. in International Transactions and Taxation, earned her J.D. at Stetson University and a B.A.A. in Accounting from Oglethorpe University.
In addition, she has published numerous articles dealing with taxation, taxpayer behavior and economics of education.
Almer, E., Bertolini, M. and Higgs, J. (2013) A Model of Individual Accounting Salaries. Issues in Accounting Education. 28(3), 411-433
Bertolini, M., and Weaver, P. (2013) Mandatory Arbitration within Tax Treaties: A Need for a Coherent International Standard. Journal of Legal Tax Research, December 2013.
Bertolini, M., Hooks, K. and Higgs, J. (2011). Multi-Dimensional Locus of Control Applied to the Taxpayer/Tax Professional Relationship. Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research. August 2011Bertolini, M., Borgia, C., and Seigel, P. (2010). The Social Skill Preferences of Tax Professional in CPA Firms: A FIRO-B Analysis. Journal of Applied Business Research. 26(2), 105-114.
Areas of Interest/Expertise
- Taxation of International Transactions
- Corporate Taxation
- Legal Tax Research
- Behavioral Tax Research