Accountants all across America are facing the same issues: increased rules, regulations, price compression, payroll, the list goes on and on. The high level of technical expertise needed for a vast array of advisory disciplines makes bringing these services in-house almost insurmountable. For firms reaching to scale and grow their practice, the days are long and time is measured. Outsourcing cost segregation, 179D, and other value-add consulting incentives via a plug-and-play model can inject a revenue stream into your firm with little to no time commitment on your part.
This course will discuss how to partner with a cost segregation specialty practice to instantly be able to offer this service to your clients. We will discuss in detail everything you need to know to make this model work for your firm.
Dawn received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Georgia and her Master of Accounting from the University of South Florida.
After receiving her CPA license over 25 years ago, Dawn has spent many years working in and with both public and private companies. Serving clients across a variety of industries, she focuses primarily on Cost Segregation studies, Energy studies, and Tangible Property Regulations. She finds the ability to focus on real estate tax incentives and helping clients grow their business with tax incentives has proven to be very rewarding and impactful.
In addition, she is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA), the current treasurer of the Triangle Commercial Real Estate Women (TCREW), and chair for the Women’s Leadership Initiative for the Triangle Chapter of Urban Land Institute (ULI).
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