Richard A. Bogue is a partner in the Rhode Island office of Gordon & Rees and a member of the Business Transactions practice group. He provides international, federal and state income tax planning and compliance with emphasis on taxation of partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs) and closely-held corporations; tax consequences with mergers and acquisitions involving closely held businesses; estate planning, including planning for the elderly and entitlement programs such as Medicaid; probate; business law and corporate law; and tax controversy. He also practices in the area of distribution planning for qualified and non-qualified retirement benefits.
Mr. Bogue is admitted to practice in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Moreover, he is a Certified Public Accountant and he was honored by the Rhode Island Society of CPAs for achieving the highest score in the state on the uniform CPA examination. He was awarded the society’s Nicholas Picchione Gold Medal and a certificate of recognition.
Mr. Bogue is an Adjunct Professor in the Masters of Taxation Program at Bryant University and a frequent (over 15 years) lecturer at various tax seminars, including RISCPA’s and SBA/SCORE. He is a member of the RI Bar Association Committee on Taxation.
Rhode Island Society of CPA’s
Rhode Island Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association
American Bar Association
Adjunct Professor, Bryant University – Masters of Taxation Program (2007 – Present)