J. Clinton Pugh, CPA

 J. Clinton Pugh, CPA


J. Clinton Pugh, CPA

Managing Partner

214-922-9727 ext. 2101
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“Creativity can solve almost any problem. The creative act, the defeat of habit by originality, overcomes everything.” – George Lois


MBA Business Administration/BBA Agriculture ~ Texas A&M University


Certified Public Accountant, Texas


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


Construction, Oil and Gas, High Net-Worth Individuals, Real Estate


Business Advisory, Tax Compliance, Tax Planning and Advisory

Clint joined Saville after graduating from Texas A&M University in 1983. He was admitted as a partner in 1993. He provides proactive tax planning and compliance services for individuals, corporate, partnerships, estate and trust clients. His expertise includes several industries, including construction, real estate, professional services, oil and gas, and agriculture. Clint assists clients with entity formation, buying and selling businesses, management compensation and benefits, IRS matters, qualified and non-qualified plans, tax-free exchanges, mergers and liquidations.

Clint’s clients consider him to be much more than simply their accountant. He serves as a trusted business advisor. His goal-oriented approach makes a positive difference in his clients’ business success. He prides himself on creative thinking and constantly searches for better and faster methods of solving problems.

Since 2006, Clint’s integral leadership has guided the firm into the 21st century with consistent, increased revenue and human capital.  Proof is in the fact that the Dallas Business Journal has recognized Saville as one of the top 25 accounting firms in Dallas for the past seven consecutive years.

Clint and his wife Glee live in Kaufman. In his spare time, he enjoys serving at their church, spending time with family and traveling.

Latest Articles by Clint

•  Attention Saville Clients: Updated Form 1099 Disclosure Requirements
The world is an ever-changing place, and the world of tax filing requirements is no exception. The IRS has once again extended its oversight authority

•  2012 Year-End Tax Planning Strategies and Changes Coming in 2013!
Year-end tax planning is always complicated by the uncertainty that the following year may bring and 2012 is no exception. Indeed, 2012 is one of

•  Avoid Taxmageddon: Year-End Planning for Real Estate Owners and Investors
Real estate sellers and investors may be facing higher taxes next year as a result of a new surtax and a bunch of tax breaks

•  Taxmageddon
“Taxmageddon” – Prepare to Potentially Pay More on Investment Income On January 1, 2013, an array of tax increases will kick in and leave Americans

•  Top 10 Midyear Tax Planning Tips
Tax Planning Steps to Take in Light of Future Tax Rates for Businesses With the Bush tax cuts set to expire at the end of