Bailey Larsen focuses her practice within FOS’s taxation, estate planning and corporate practice groups.
As both a lawyer and a CPA, Bailey is uniquely qualified to advise clients on the tax consequences of business transactions and individual estate planning techniques.
As part of her comprehensive services, Bailey prepares income tax returns for individuals, corporations, limited liability companies, estates, trusts, and partnerships. She also prepares gift tax returns for individuals.
Bailey joined FOS after working for Deloitte, one of the “Big 4” accounting firms, in its Business Tax Services department, focusing primarily on private wealth clients. While at Deloitte, Bailey provided succession planning services for high net worth individuals and privately held companies, in addition to preparing complicated tax returns. Bailey also consulted on multiple corporate reorganizations and the taxability of corporate spin-offs.
As an undergraduate, Bailey attended University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, graduating in three and a half years summa cum laude, with a double major in Finance and Accounting. In addition to her studies, Bailey was a competitive member of the university’s women’s soccer team.
After graduation, Bailey continued her education at Marquette University Law School, earning her J.D. degree with honors. While at Marquette, Bailey served as a Moot Court Board member, an Academic Success Program leader, and a member of the Marquette Sports Law Review. Bailey also participated in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, preparing tax returns for underprivileged individuals and foreign non-residents.
Throughout law school, Bailey acted as a law clerk at the employment law firm of Alan C. Olson & Associates. There, Bailey assisted representing clients in various employment disputes, involving non-compete agreements, employment discrimination, wrongful termination, and unemployment compensation.
Bailey was born and raised in Plainfield, Illinois. Growing up, she played competitive club soccer at tournaments throughout the United States and internationally in Brazil.
Before her legal career, Bailey spent more than two years working at the Milwaukee Art Museum. She continues to support the museum and maintains relationships with her former colleagues.
Bailey and her husband Dan are active supporters of the military and military families. Dan, who served in the United States Army National Guard, completed two tours of duty in Iraq.
Bailey and Dan spend most of their free time enjoying and trying to keep up with their recently born twin daughters. They also hope to nap one day.