Experience at Work
Kaid represents individuals and businesses in civil and criminal tax disputes involving the Internal Revenue Service and Missouri Department of Revenue. He also provides tax planning advice and assists clients in ensuring compliance with their federal and state tax obligations. In addition to working in the tax controversy area, Kaid defends clients in white collar criminal matters involving allegations of financial fraud.
Prior to graduating from St. Louis University Law School, Kaid worked in the tax department of one of St. Louis’s largest accounting firms where he prepared tax returns on behalf of individuals, partnerships and corporations. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting, and obtained a tax law concentration while in law school.
This year, Kaid is participating in the planning of Capes Sokol’s annual Tax Controversy Symposium, an annual free half-day CLE for CPAs and Enrolled Agents.
In the Community
Kaid is a member of the American Bar Association and the tax and criminal law sections of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis. He is an active participant in Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, where he provides tax return preparation assistance to low income taxpayers.