David Taylor currently participates in all phases of client service in the tax department to ensure the efficient handling of his clients' personal and commercial tax needs. Dave's background includes over thirty years' experience in tax and business advisory services. During his career, he has helped clients with business and tax matters in areas such as manufacturing, distribution, professional and financial services and nonprofit entities.
He has studied and reviewed Accounting Principles Board (APB) Opinion No. 11 (Accounting for Income Taxes), Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (SFAS) No. 5 (Accounting for Contingencies), SFAS No. 109 (Accounting for Income Taxes) and Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation ASC 740 (Accounting for Uncertainty in Income Taxes). Through his continuing professional development activities and his public accounting and private company work experiences David has developed the skills and experience in the implementation and documentation of the income tax positions and related estimates as required by the provisions of ASC 740.
Dave's hallmark is his meticulous attention to his clients' overall portfolios, anticipating impending difficulties, foreseeing potential opportunities and crafting effective, innovative solutions in time to help achieve their full benefits. Dave's longstanding client relationships facilitate his ability to act as a sounding board for complex tax questions and maintain an ongoing evaluation of his clients' positions in areas where difficulties may arise.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Tax Specialty Division
AICPA ISET – Individual Self Employed Taxpayer Panel
Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants CPE Compliance Committee
Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants CPE Board
COCPA/Colorado Department of Revenue Joint Task Force
Colorado License 0008972
BS Accounting, University of Northern Colorado
Masters of Taxation, University of Denver