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Katelynn Minott, CEO of Bright!Tax, earned her accounting degree at the University of Denver – Daniels College of Business and is registered as a CPA in Massachusetts. Her expertise in US tax prep for expats has earned her a reputation as one of the top CPAs in the field. In fact, she was named a 40 Under 40 CPA in 2021.
Katelynn was among the first to join Bright!Tax in 2012. She embodied the founder’s vision of providing the best possible US tax preparation services to expatriates around the world. Since then, Katelynn has worked her way up to CEO and has been leading the charge to make Bright!Tax the go-to resource for expats seeking reliable and trustworthy tax advice. Katelynn’s commitment to excellence is reflected in everything we do at Bright!Tax. She is a hands-on CEO, involved in every aspect of the business, from developing new services to working directly with clients to ensure their needs are met. Her passion for finance and helping people shines through in every blog post she writes and every interaction she has with our clients. Katelynn is also a frequent contributor to prominent media platforms, including CNBC, Fast Company, and Bloomberg.
When Katelynn isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids (especially traveling with her family!). She is an avid reader and during the Boston summertime, you can find her outside gardening. She is also committed to giving back to her community and is involved in several charitable initiatives, including Bright!Tax Global Scholars.
Thanks for taking the time to get to know Katelynn Minott! We hope you’ll find her insights and expertise valuable as you navigate the world of expatriate tax preparation. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Bright!Tax, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
“Katelynn’s professional knowledge of American tax law and experience as an expat in Chile and Brazil for ten years fuel her empathy and sense of purpose in supporting Americans abroad.” – Greg Dewald