Jack Snow joined the Rodahl & Company team in 2006. With more than 40 years of professional experience, Jack's practice focus is business and individual tax, along with succession, estate and retirement planning. He has represented numerous clients successfully before the Internal Revenue Service and has filed many petitions with the United States Tax Court on behalf of clients. Jack has presented seminars on tax and estate planning matters and has participated on many panels covering a variety of accounting and tax subjects. He has also served as an expert witness in litigation involving loss of revenue for accident claims.
Prior to joining the firm, Jack served as the Senior and Managing Partner of a CPA firm in South Dakota, with three partners and 12 employees. Jack earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and is a CPA licensed to practice in Colorado and South Dakota.
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