Daniel Rowe, J.D., CPA, brings nearly two decades of tax and business experience to Levun, Goodman & Cohen. Daniel’s role at Levun, Goodman & Cohen is focused on federal tax consulting, estate planning, and assisting in the development of the Tax Forums programs. Daniel has been published in various tax and real estate journals such as Tax Notes, The Tax Adviser, The Journal of Property Management, and Commercial Investment Real Estate. He also authored a law review article and served as Developments Editor for Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review. Daniel taught a course on Passthrough Taxation at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, has written and presented continuing education sessions for attorneys and CPAs, and frequently delivers legislative and technical updates to tax and business professionals. He also has been an expert witness in tax-related litigation. Daniel currently serves as an editorial adviser to The Tax Adviser and is a former a member of the AICPA’s Technical Resource Panel for S corporations.
Prior to joining Levun, Goodman & Cohen, Daniel was a partner at Green Hasson Janks LP in Los Angeles. He began his career with Deloitte in Baltimore. As a CPA and tax partner, Daniel specialized in partnership and S-corporation taxation. He provided technical and strategic advice to partnerships, S corporations and their individual owners, including tax advice on restructuring and buy/sell transactions. He also oversaw complex examinations from federal, state, and local tax authorities with favorable results for his clients. Daniel’s clients were primarily passthrough entities and affiliated businesses with annual revenues ranging from $10 million to nearly $1 billion. He also worked closely with individual business owners and entrepreneurs providing tax, estate, and business advice.
Daniel graduated with honors from Towson University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and received his J.D. with honors from Loyola Law School at Loyola Marymount University (Order of the Coif). He lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife and two daughters and spends his free time reading about history and social justice, writing poems and essays, and watching baseball.