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In addition to managing all aspects of audit engagements, Daniel assists clients with a wide range of services including financial statement reviews and compilations, regulatory compliance (including taxation), business planning, forensic accounting and consulting services. His past experience is broad and ranges from HUD audits and SOC2 examinations to outsourced controller services and payroll compliance.

Daniel excels at driving value for clients by combining subject matter expertise with effective communication. Clients appreciate his approachable demeanor, useful insights and thorough research capabilities. His accessibility and approach to understanding client needs make him a trusted and reliable resource.

Daniel joined Clark Schaefer Hackett in July 2019 after the firm merged with Warmels & Comstock.

Certifications & Licensure

CPA – State of Michigan Advanced Defined Contribution Plans Audit – AICPA Certified Fraud Examiner

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

Education

BM, Music Education, Michigan State University

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