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Lake Oswego, OR (January 6, 2015) – Delap LLP, one of Oregon’s largest local accounting firms, has announced Joe Sullivan, a former senior manager at Delap, as a new tax partner with the firm.
Bringing over a decade of experience to the partnership at Delap, Joe began his career with a Big 4 firm, and most recently spent 8 years with a large regional firm before joining Delap in 2013. Joe primarily works with middle market and emerging companies in a variety of industries, including the manufacturing & distribution, life sciences, and technology industries. With a passion for bringing financial clarity and seizing planning opportunities, Joe's accompanying aptitude and knowledge for these industries provides clients with a distinct competitive advantage.
In addition to his industry experience, Joe focuses mainly on providing tax planning and compliance services to companies and business owners. This includes services involving merger and acquisition structuring, state and local tax minimization, tax incentive consulting, financial statement modeling, and stock option planning. Joe also has extensive experience with Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 740, Accounting for Income Taxes.
Dave DeLap, the Managing Partner of Delap says, “Our team is very excited to welcome Joe as a partner. His leadership, technical expertise, and work ethic are exceptional. With the addition of Joe we are confident that we will see continual growth within our firm and continued success for our clients.”