Ossie Borosh serves as a principal in the Passthroughs group of KPMG LLP's (KPMG) Washington National Tax practice, where she focuses on partnership taxation and issues relating to investment funds including private equity funds and real estate funds.
Previously, Ossie served as a Senior Counsel in the Office of Tax Legislative Counsel at the U.S. Department of the Treasury specializing in partnership taxation issues, where she had primary responsibility for development and publication of guidance, in collaboration with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, relating to partnership tax projects on the IRS Priority Guidance Plan.
Ossie is a frequent participant in panels relating to partnership tax issues and has spoken at many conferences, including those sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Taxation, The Practising Law Institute, the American Law Institute, and the New York State Bar Association. She. Borosh has authored articles that have appeared in publications, including The American Law Institute—American Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Course of Study (Creative Tax Planning for Real Estate Transactions) and BNA Tax Management Real Estate Journal.
Ossie earned her JD degree, cum laude, from Boston College Law School and her BA degree from Swarthmore College.
About KPMG’s Passthroughs Group
The Passthroughs Group is responsible for providing insight to KPMG professionals and clients regarding the federal taxation of partnerships, real estate investment trusts, and S corporations across all major industries. In addition, the Passthroughs Group advises in specialty areas such as like-kind exchanges, oil and gas, leasing, and excise taxes. Client services include transaction structuring, the issuance of opinions, and requesting private letter rulings.