Ernst & Young
Charlie Long is a National Tax practice Executive Director in Ernst & Young’s Charlotte, North Carolina office where his focus is on Property Tax Advisory, Compliance and Controversy. He joined Ernst & Young in October of 1997. Prior to joining Ernst & Young, Charlie’s experience includes over 18 years in real and personal property tax advisory to state and local government officials primarily in Georgia, Kentucky, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Charlie has significant commercial and industrial real estate appraisal experience, as well as business personal property assessment and controversy experience in several states, with a focus in North Carolina and South Carolina. He currently provides property tax outsourcing, advisory and controversy services to Ernst & Young’s clients throughout the country. Charlie currently serves as the firm’s executive leader for National Tax’s Property Tax Compliance, Property Tax Bankruptcy as well as the Financial Services Organization subarea’s Property Tax services functional leader.
Charlie is a member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT) and holds the CMI (Certified Member of the Institute) professional designation. He currently serves as the Chair of IPT’s Personal Property Tax School and has spoken at past IPT conferences. Charlie earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.