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Daniel Larson

Principal

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Daniel Larson, EA, uses his 17+ years of accounting experience to help government contractors, business owners and nonprofits solve their biggest financial and business headaches. A born puzzle solver, Daniel enjoys "putting the pieces together" for his clients.

 

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Daniel once hit the road going east and traveled the globe in one trip. Fortunately, there were a few stops along the way!

Daniel Larson, EA, is a principal in the firm’s tax department. He specializes in providing tax, business planning and outsourced accounting services – including business planning, financial reporting and monthly financials – to government contractors, business owners and nonprofits. As an Enrolled Agent (EA), Daniel is licensed directly by the U.S. Treasury Department to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service.

Equating accounting work to puzzle solving, Daniel is passionate about “putting the pieces together” for his clients, no matter how challenging the task.

Daniel is experienced in working with government contractors, including aiding in the development of program strategies, compliance risk recommendations, contract pricing, cost accounting structures, and meeting DCAA and DCMA needs.

In his free time, Daniel volunteers for the Navy Safe Harbor Foundation and Medical Mission of Mercy, USA. He also serves as the financial secretary for Kirkwood Presbyterian Church and as a board member for Brooksfield Montessori School.

Education

  • Bachelor of arts degree in accounting, Francis Marion University (2001)

Affiliations

  • American Institute of CPAs
  • National Association of Enrolled Agents
  • Virginia Society of CPAs

More Fun Facts

  • As an avid golfer, Daniel enjoys not only playing but also volunteering to help with the setup of golf tournaments for nonprofit organizations that help veterans.
  • Although his twin brother isn’t technically identical, Daniel frequently gets stopped by strangers, mistaking him for his twin sibling.