David Howell

EA, Tax Manager

Phone: 920.337.4550
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About David

David Howell joined Hawkins Ash CPAs in 2017 as a Tax Manager. In this role, he provides tax planning and preparation services to businesses in varying industries, individuals, estates and trusts. In addition to previously working in a public accounting firm and private corporation, David worked for the Internal Revenue Service, conducting federal tax audits and investigations into taxpayers and tax returns that included individuals, businesses, estates, trusts, employment, etc.

Areas of Focus

Corporate Tax

Individual Tax

Small Business Consulting

Financial Planning

Education

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Business Administration
  • Concord University, Athens, WV
  • Enrolled Agent

Community Organizations

Howard Suamico Business and Professional Association, Treasurer and Board Member

 

Recent Posts by David

Business vs. Hobby: The Tax Rules Have Changed

Business vs. Hobby: The Tax Rules Have Changed

If you generate income from a passion such as cooking, woodworking, raising animals — or anything else — beware of
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Tax News Briefing – Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBTI) Updates

Tax News Briefing – Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBTI) Updates

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 enacted into law last year included a hidden “gem” for not-for-profit organizations
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Tax Links

Accounting for Fees Paid in a Cloud Computing Arrangement

In August 2018, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2018-15, Intangibles-Goodwill and Other-Internal-Use Software (Subtopic
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The New Deal on Employee Meals (and Entertainment)

The New Deal on Employee Meals (and Entertainment)

Years and years ago, the notion of having a company cafeteria or regularly catered meals was generally feasible for only
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Raised Casualty Floor and Modified Threshold for 2016 Disaster Losses

Raised Casualty Floor and Modified Threshold for 2016 Disaster Losses

Prior Law Through December 31, 2017 In general, the deduction for casualty and theft losses of personal-use property is subject
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Relief From Early Withdrawal Tax for "Qualified 2016 Disaster Distributions"

Relief From Early Withdrawal Tax for “Qualified 2016 Disaster Distributions”

Prior Law Through December 31, 2017 A distribution from a qualified retirement plan, a tax-sheltered annuity plan, an eligible deferred
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Limitation on Excessive Employee Compensation

Limitation on Excessive Employee Compensation

Prior Law Through December 31, 2017 An employer generally may deduct reasonable compensation for personal services as an ordinary and
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Deduction for Local Lobbying Expenses Eliminated

Deduction for Local Lobbying Expenses Eliminated

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act eliminates the deduction for lobbying expenditures to influence the legislation of any local council
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Changes to Personal Casualty and Theft Losses

Changes to Personal Casualty and Theft Losses

Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, personal casualty losses are nondeductible unless attributable to a federally declared disaster. Prior
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