Accountant Directory

Meet the people behind our personal attention. We deliver each of our services through a team of financial professionals who adhere to the highest standards of our industry. When you become a DMJ & Co., PLLC client, everyone on our team works for you.

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Accountant Directory

Meet the people behind our personal attention. We deliver each of our services through a team of financial professionals who adhere to the highest standards of our industry. And when you become a DMJ client, everyone on our team works for you.

Professional Designations & Licenses

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Memberships

  • Rotary Club, Rotarian
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • North Carolina Association of CPAs (NCACPA)

Education

  • University of Baltimore, B.B.A. in Accounting (2012)

David Mize, CPA

Manager | Greensboro, NC

P: 336.275.9886 | F: 336.275.1129
NC #39852

Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, David joined DMJ in 2016 and has more than eight years of experience in public accounting. David’s work extends to partnerships, corporations, individuals, and he is responsible for tax preparation, tax research, tax audit, general accounting, and related consulting services. David is well versed in flow-through taxation, with specific expertise in real estate partnerships.

 

David lives in Greensboro, North Carolina with his wife and daughter and spends his free time cheering on all things Baltimore, volunteering at school, and hitting the golf course whenever the weather permits.

David’s Recent Articles


Can Digital Construction Technology Help the Industry Survive the Pandemic?

DMJ & Co., PLLC reports that the construction industry has been slow to adopt digital technology, but the pandemic may speed the process and help firms survive.
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Construction Companies Access CARES Act for Economic Relief During COVID-19

DMJ & Co., PLLC explains how construction companies have accessed federal economic relief programs under the CARES Act to survive during the pandemic.
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Business Meals and Entertainment Limitation Exceptions

The law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) made several changes to deductions for meal and entertainment expenses paid or incurred after 12/31/2017, an area that affects a majority of businesses. Certain expenses that were previously either 100% or 50% deductible are now 50% deductible or fully nondeductible. Most impactful or surprising […]
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David Mize, CPA

Manager | Greensboro, NC

P: 336.275.9886 | F: 336.275.1129
NC #39852

Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, David joined DMJ in 2016 and has more than eight years of experience in public accounting. David’s work extends to partnerships, corporations, individuals, and he is responsible for tax preparation, tax research, tax audit, general accounting, and related consulting services. David is well versed in flow-through taxation, with specific expertise in real estate partnerships.

 

David lives in Greensboro, North Carolina with his wife and daughter and spends his free time cheering on all things Baltimore, volunteering at school, and hitting the golf course whenever the weather permits.

Professional Designations & Licenses

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Memberships

  • Rotary Club, Rotarian
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • North Carolina Association of CPAs (NCACPA)

Education

  • University of Baltimore, B.B.A. in Accounting (2012)

David’s Recent Articles


Can Digital Construction Technology Help the Industry Survive the Pandemic?

DMJ & Co., PLLC reports that the construction industry has been slow to adopt digital technology, but the pandemic may speed the process and help firms survive.
Read More

Construction Companies Access CARES Act for Economic Relief During COVID-19

DMJ & Co., PLLC explains how construction companies have accessed federal economic relief programs under the CARES Act to survive during the pandemic.
Read More

Business Meals and Entertainment Limitation Exceptions

The law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) made several changes to deductions for meal and entertainment expenses paid or incurred after 12/31/2017, an area that affects a majority of businesses. Certain expenses that were previously either 100% or 50% deductible are now 50% deductible or fully nondeductible. Most impactful or surprising […]
Read More

Read All Authored Articles

Looking for a specific DMJ professional?