Samuel C. DiSalvo
Freed Maxick CPAs, P.C.
Samuel C. DiSalvo is a Director with Freed Maxick’s Tax Practice. Prior to joining the Firm, Sam spent over 30 years in the accounting profession with both Big Four firms and private industry. During this time, he gained significant experience with mergers and acquisitions, corporate taxes and compliance, and financial statement tax accounting. As part of his overall experience, Sam spent two years in the Washington D.C. national tax practice of a Big Four firm advising clients on tax developments in legislation, regulations, and policy. At the end this tour he was asked to become one of the original members of the newly created “swat” team that focused exclusively on the R&D credit.
Sam is responsible for providing day-to-day tax advisory services, coordinating, and supervising the preparation of the corporate income tax returns, and reviewing the annual and quarterly provisions for income taxes for both publicly held and privately held corporations. Sam is a member of the Firm’s CSP360 practice group which is a national practice that provides specialty tax services, such as cost segregation and research credit studies, to middle-market CPA Firms. Sam also concentrates his practice on joint venture tax matters, merger and acquisition issues, and corporate taxes as well as ASC 740 issues such as purchase accounting, valuation allowances, and international issues. He has significant experience in identifying tax opportunities in connection with the due diligence reviews of companies’ prior year tax returns.