Contact me for: Business development consulting, audit, tax preparation, IRS Audit, retirement planning, estate planning, QuickBooks consulting and a full range of traditional public accounting services.
As the Managing Director of the Hall & Company, Brad is actively involved in all aspects of taxation, auditing and business planning. He has over thirty years of experience in public accounting. Brad's core strengths as an Irvine CPA are in the areas of strategic tax planning for high net worth individuals including corporate owners and executives, closely held corporations, partnerships, LLCs and trusts.
He has significant experience negotiating corporate sales/merger, acquisitions and divisional spin-offs. As an Irvine CPA, Brad spends a great deal of time consulting in the area of business management, business succession planning, estate planning and preparation of comprehensive personal financial plans. He represents clients before the IRS, FTB and other taxing authorities. Brad started his career in 1977 with Mckeehan Hallstein & Co. in Los Angeles and later became Tax Manager of Haskell & White (formerly known as Swenson & Clark CPAs) upon moving to Orange County. He subsequently took a position as Tax Partner at Wright Ford Young & Hall where he oversaw an extensive tax and accounting practice. He left to form Hall & Company with a vision - to significantly build business value for owners and executives of companies in various industries through the use of sophisticated financial analysis.
Brad was a featured speaker at the American Institute of Architects annual conference at which his topic was Retirement Planning and the use of various qualified plans available. As a well-respected Irvine CPA, Brad is continually contacted by local and national print and online publications for interviews on various tax matters (Orange County Business Journal, Medical Office Today, Construction Today, BusinessWeek, Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, Consumer Reports, Orange County Register, L.A. Times, CNN, Journal of Accountancy, & California Real Estate Journal).
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