Lisu L. Tan & Co., Ltd., was established in 1988, began its services on January 15, 1989, and became licensed as a professional
corporation in 1990.
We are a full service CPA firm providing superior quality services to meet our clients' needs, individual or bussiness.
The services include bookkeeping, auditing, and tax preparation. Please refer to Services
Li-Su L. Tan, CPAˇBMBA
Li-Su L. Tan holds a BBA from National Taiwan University and an MBA from Illinois Institute Technology. She is a licensed public account
in both the State of Illinois and in Taiwan. Mrs. Tan has been in CPA practice since 1979, including the seven years with
T.N. Soong & Co., the largest accounting firm in Taiwan at that time.
Mrs. Tan is a member of AICPA and Illinois CPA Society. Since 1994, she has been listed "Marquis Who's Who in Finance and Industry",
"Who's Who of American Women", and "Who's Who in the World." She has also been liste in "Who's Who in America" since 1997.
In addition, Mrs. Tan is a licensed insurance agent and a registered financial advisor in Illinois. She also offers the following
- IRA, SEP, SIMPLE and Keogh plans set-up or roll-over
- Retirement Pension and Profit Sharing Plans
- Group and individual life and health insurance application and renewals
- Commercial Insurance
- Estate Planning
- Real Estate Investment Consultation
For details, please refer to Services.
In addition to the professional services, Mrs. Tan also actively participates in community services.
She served as a board member of the Taiwanese American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Chicago from 1995 to 2006;
during that interval she also served as the treasurer of Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of North America and
as the deputy treasurer of World Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce from June 1998 to June 1999.
She is an honorary Director of the Buddhist Tzu-Chi Foundation, and serves as Director of Amitabha Buddhist Library
in Chicago, and as the Chairperson of Chinese American Culture Foundation.
In additon to the above, Mrs. Tan's social services and influences reach out to the world, including:
- March 2009, she was invited to participate the Second "World Buddhist Forumr" held in Wuxi, China and in Taipei, Taiwan hosted by the Chinese Government, was invited to submit and present an article, "Light of Dharma Treasure—Collation, Preservation, Research, and Promotion of Tripitaka : Report on My Six-year Experience of Propagating the Tripitaka". The article was selected and published in the "Collection of Essays of the Second World Buddhist Forum."
- May 2008, she was invited to participate the UN Vesak Day held in Hanoi Vietnam hosted by United Nation.
- April 2006, she was invited to participate the first "World Buddhist Forum" hosted by the Chinese Government,
and was invited to submit an article: "Buiding a Harmonious World Starts from Our Mind"—A few suggestions to share with the first World Buddhist Forum.
This essay was subsequently published in the Chinese edition of A Harmonious World Begins in the Mind: Collected Works of the First World Buddhist Forum (Religious Culture Publishing House, 2006).
- June 2005, coordinated the donation of Qianlong Great Buddhist Canon to the National Library of China.
- September 2003, she was invited to visit the Library of National Beijing University.
- Begining in 2002, coordinated the donation of Qianlong Great Buddhist Canon and other valuable Buddhist materials to
reputable universities, research centers over the world. These included libraries and research centers in Beijing University,
Zhejiang University, and Sizhuan University.
- June 1994, she was invited by the Chinese Government and held seminars in Beijing for more than one hundred CEOs and CFOs from Chinese industries and corporations on the topics of US Tax Laws and Business Laws.
- Fall of 1993, she was invited to held seminars on business topics in the Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, for a delegation group from China.