Duane Yoder joined the firm in 1997 as a college intern. He was hired full-time upon graduation, and purchased the firm from Jerry Mattison in 2008. As owner, Duane is responsible for managing firm operations, consulting with clients, preparing tax returns, and reviewing accounting and tax work. He specializes in advising small business clients and in tax projection and planning for corporate and individual taxes.
Born and raised in northern Indiana, Duane moved to Columbus in 1995. Prior to joining the firm, Duane worked full-time for 10 years after high school before pursuing a college degree. He served seven years as Senior Bill of Materials Writer at Jayco, Inc., and three years as Manager of a retail grocery business. Duane went on to earn a Bachelor of Accounting from DeVry University, graduating with summa cum laude honors. He became a CPA in 1999, and is a member of the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Outside of the office, Duane enjoys reading, sports, and spending time with his family.
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