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Kevin Dehner understands the complexities of today’s business environment and helps clients develop financial strategies to optimize their business performance. His diverse background includes significant expertise in audit, tax and M&A practices. Kevin has served as a business advisor for public, private, domestic and multinational companies from a broad-based industry profile including consumer products, technology, power & utilities and industrial products. His M&A and due diligence experience includes deals ranging from $20 million to $2 billion.

Kevin is an adjunct professor at the Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati and rounds out his professional engagements by volunteering as the Treasurer of the Cincinnati Squash Academy in Over-the-Rhine and coaching multiple youth sports including basketball, baseball, and volleyball.

Certifications & Licensure

Certified Public Accountant

Professional Affiliations

Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Community Activities

Treasurer, Cincinnati Squash Academy Coach, multiple youth sports


BA, Accounting, University of Cincinnati


From Kevin


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You may now be eligible to claim the Employee Retention Tax Credit


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Understanding the key provisions of the latest stimulus package


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No Deduction for Expenses Paid with Forgiven PPP Loans


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SBA Simplifies PPP Loan Forgiveness for Small Borrowers


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SBA Provides Clarification on PPP Borrower M&A Transactions


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US Treasury Issues PPP Loan Forgiveness Application

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