The FENG Chicago (Suburban), IL Chapter
06/26/2018 – 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (Reserve a spot at this event)
Rosemont Park District Building
Doors will open at 6:00pm and we will have pizza delivered shortly after 6:00pm.
From 90 or 294 take the O'Hare exit, and then exit again on Mannheim Rd. North.
Take Mannheim north to Higgins Rd.
Turn right on Higgins and go to the first light.
On the right you should see entry to Village of Rosemont. Take this entry to the guard gate.
Tell the guard you are going to the park district building. Proceed south from the guard shack and the road will curve to the left and then intersect with Kirschoff. Go south (right) on Kirschoff several blocks and it will go straight into the parking lot at the back of the Rosemont Park District Building (you will need to enter at the front of the building).
Free parking is available both in the back and the front (Scott Street) of the building.
Our meeting will be in the upstairs meeting room.
About the Chicago (Suburban), IL Chapter
The chapter in Chicago has 3,420 professionals with more than half on the Alumni list (meaning -- employed or they have landed and are with a new employer).
The Chicago chapter typically has its monthly meetings on the 4th Tuesday evenings of each month in Rosemont, IL (near O'Hare). Doors open at 6:00PM and the meeting starts at 6:30 PM and ends around 8:30 PM. There will be a $5 charge to cover cost of the room and materials including pizza.
- Barry Ehlers
- Barry is the "Tax Guy" - He is known for solving tax problems.
Barry is actively involved in the Chicago business community, an avid networker and always willing to meet for coffee and help. Most importantly, Barry is the Chair of the Chicago Chapter of the FENG.
Barry’s background includes working in public accounting and tax for more than 35 years in the Chicago area and across the country. Barry estimates that he (and teams he has worked with) has helped save taxpayers over $1 Billion in taxes.
Barry is an active member of the Chicago Tax Club and a member of its Board of Directors as well as certain committees for the organization. He is a frequent speaker on a range of topics that affect companies and how they do business.
Barry is licensed to practice law in Illinois and a member of the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA).
- Steve Blondell