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John has over fifteen years in public accounting. John joined Clark Schaefer and Hackett when J.D. Cloud merged with CSH in July 2014. He previously lead J.D. Cloud’s tax department where his exceptional client service and his acumen for tax planning, research and compliance has been a valued asset to the firm and its  clients. Additionally, John has considerable experience with C corporations, S corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and not-for-profit organizations. He has acquired a substantial amount of knowledge relating to tax issues of organizations that engage in lobbying and political activities. Clients have commented favorably many times on John’s client service attributes.

Certifications & Licensure

Certified Public Accountant, State of Ohio

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants CPA Associates International, Inc. • Member, Tax Committee Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants

Community Activities

Children’s Sunday School teacher at Calvary Alliance Church Treasurer, Common Sense Issues, Inc.

Education

B.S., Accounting, University of Cincinnati

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