David B. Epperson, CPA

David B. Epperson, CPA


David B. Epperson, CPA

Tax Partner

214-922-9727 ext. 2102
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BBA Business Administration ~ Baylor University


Certified Public Accountant, Texas


American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants


Law Firms, Marketing/Advertising Firms, and other Professional Service Firms; Real Estate, Construction, Wholesalers, and Financial Services


Strategic tax planning for closely-held businesses and high wealth families and individuals; Business advisory services for professional service firms and other closely-held businesses; Tax planning for business purchases/sales[/tab]

David’s fundamental philosophy is to partner with his clients, get to know everything about them, creating a workable strategic plan and then delivering on his commitment in helping them meet their financial objectives. He offers clients a can-do attitude and enjoys searching for the best solution for each client’s specific tax and business planning needs. By working to understand their individual challenges, David can work proactively with clients, anticipating their needs before they ever pick up the phone to call.

He has been providing this level of service to clients since 1982 – admitted as partner ten years later.  In addition to working with service professionals like attorneys and doctors, David particularly enjoys working with faith-based non-profit organizations helping them reach their ministry goals.

His main areas of focus deal in federal and state tax planning and compliance, business advisory services for individuals, flow-through entities, retirement plans, start-up companies and high net worth families.

Outside of work, David devotes much of his volunteer time as Treasurer/Board Member of the Autistic Treatment Center of Texas.


Latest Articles by David

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