Mike Frank, CPA

Mike Frank, CPA


Mike Frank, CPA

Tax Partner

214-922-9727 ext. 2152
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“Each of you should look not only to your own interests but also to the interests of others.” – Phil 2:4


MBA Accounting ~ University of Texas at Dallas/BBA Business ~ LeTourneau University


Certified Public Accountant, Texas


Professional Associations: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants


Energy, Real Estate


International Tax Compliance & Planning, Partnership Taxation & Accounting

Mike started his career in the accounting department of a publicly traded company and quickly realized that he wanted a career where he could help real people find solutions to their business problems. In 1999 he joined Saville, Dodgen and Company, a firm dedicated to helping their client’s prosper with practical solutions to their complex business problems.

Since becoming a partner at Saville, Mike has focused his practice areas to real estate and energy clients. Through these market niches Mike has also developed experience in tax planning for international business transactions and partnership agreements.

Mike often tells his clients, “Many people can prepare tax returns, but the accountants at Saville do a lot more than that. We are experts at finding solutions for our clients’ business problems.” Mike’s servant’s heart and solution-driven mentality is devoted to every client, whether it is a start-up real estate development company or a $10 million dollar oil and gas partnership.

Mike lives in Rockwall with his wife, Carla, their twins, Emma and Grayson, and their beloved hunting dog Ranger.

Latest Articles by Mike

•  IRS Takes Some of the Bite out of Brutal FBAR Penalties
It’s rare these days to get good news about international tax compliance from the Internal Revenue Service, but the IRS recently did recently add a

•  IRS Moves Aggressively on Offshore Accounts
IRS implements a new reporting measure for offshore accounts In its continuing efforts to prevent foreign income tax evasion by U.S. taxpayers, the IRS has