Kyle Wingfield is a member of the State & Local Tax Group at Williams Mullen.  Kyle routinely advises clients with business tax planning issues concerning state and local income, franchise, sales, use and property taxes.  Kyle also advises clients in developing and defending tax positions in state and local tax audits.  He has significant experience in tax controversies and disputes before the Virginia Department of Taxation and local taxing authorities. 

Kyle Wingfield is a member of the State & Local Tax Group at Williams Mullen.  Kyle routinely advises clients on business tax planning issues concerning state and local income, franchise, sales, use and property taxes.  Kyle also advises clients in developing and defending tax positions in state and local tax audits.  He has significant experience in tax controversies and disputes before the Virginia Department of Taxation and local taxing authorities. 

Kyle also is experienced in federal and international income tax issues involving corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships.  Before he joined Williams Mullen, Kyle worked for KPMG, LLP, where he developed expertise in business planning solutions, compliance issues and audit techniques throughout the United States and abroad. 

Kyle has been selected to the Virginia Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for Tax Law (2017-present). He is a teaching assistant for the class “Advance Topics in State and Local Taxation” at Georgetown University Law Center, and he volunteers at the Community Tax Law Project in Richmond, where he represents low-income taxpayers in disputes with the Virginia Department of Taxation and the Internal Revenue Service. 

Kyle serves as the co-author of the Williams Mullen SESALT newsletter, a monthly publication that reports on state and local tax developments in the Southeast, and he has contributed to the Virginia Lawyer magazine on state and local tax matters.  

Kyle earned his Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Richmond School of Law. He also earned his Master of Taxation degree from Georgetown University Law Center and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia.