David Leipnik, CPA, CVA, is never shy when it comes to taking an active role in his clients' business and tax planning. Construction, real estate, distribution and nonprofit organizations are just a few of the types of clients he serves.
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In high school, his nickname was DJ Jazzy Leipnik.
David Leipnik, CPA, CVA, is a partner in the firm’s tax department. David provides accounting and tax services to a variety of clients, including nonprofit organizations, construction and real estate companies, and professional service firms and distributors. He is a member of the firm’s Manufacturing & Distribution Group and Nonprofit Groups.
With 10+ years of accounting experience, David prepares and reviews individual, corporate, partnership, nonprofit and trust tax returns. He is experienced in preparing compiled and reviewed financial statements and also provides business valuation services for closely held businesses, providing valuation services in regards to gifts, estate planning and mergers.
When it comes to helping his clients, David is never shy when taking on new challenges and enjoys taking an active role in his clients’ businesses and tax planning.
David is a graduate of the Baltimore Jewish Council’s leadership development program. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts, Maryland Association of CPAs, Baltimore Estate Planning Council and Virginia Society of CPAs. David serves as a board member for Talmudical Academy of Baltimore.
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