Skip to main content
About Us

Victoria Mundinger, CPA

Senior Manager, Advisory and Tax Services

Ann Arbor, MI

Walsh College
Bachelor of accountancy

I leverage my vast international experience helping a range of businesses and individuals, in order to find the best solution for each client’s unique situation.”

Current Role

Victoria serves as a firm-wide resource on international matters, helping clients across Rehmann navigate the complexities involved with conducting business globally. She works with inbound and outbound companies helping them with traditional tax and international transactions.

She also assists in leading Rehmann’s interest charge domestic international sales corporation (IC-DISC) practice group.

Service Areas

  • International tax compliance and consulting
  • Tax planning for expats
  • Corporate and partnership taxation
  • Interest Charge Domestic International Sales Corporation (IC-DISC)


Victoria began her public accounting career when she joined Rehmann in 2011. She has extensive experience working with individuals, including expats, on tax planning and compliance issues. She also has significant experience in taxation for corporations and partnerships, including IC-DISC returns.

Additionally, Victoria has assisted a number of clients as the firm’s resource for Passive Foreign Investment Company (PFIC) compliance.

A Closer Look

  • Victoria was elected by the Michigan Association of CPAs (MICPA) to serve on its board of directors.
  • Victoria earned the 2020 Women to Watch Emerging Leader Award from the MICPA, which honors outstanding women in the profession.
  • Due to her comprehensive knowledge of international tax matters, Victoria has presented for the MICPA and internally at Rehmann.
  • Rehmann is an independent member firm of HLB, a global affiliation of advisory and accounting firms, and Victoria is actively involved.

Victoria is a member of the AICPA, MICPA, and she is a board member of the Michigan Accountancy Foundation.

Send a quick note:

"*" indicates required fields