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D. Alden (Dan) Newland

9835 Business Way
Manassas, VA 20110
(703) 330-0000
(800) 553-6613

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EXPERIENCE

1989 to date Founder, Newland & Associates (tax\business firm).
1987 to date President and co-founder of The Tax and Business Professionals, Inc., Manassas, Virginia.
1986-1987 President of the National Accountants Advisory Group in Charlottesville, Virginia.
1977-1986 Formed Newland, Black and Ige (tax firm); taught at University of Hawaii and Chaminade University; elected Hawaii Advocate of the year, 1983; Honolulu, Hawaii.
1970-1976 Tax attorney, Detroit, Michigan.
1966-1970 IRS Attorney, Chief Counsel's Office, Washington, D.C. & Pittsburgh, PA.


CAPABILITIES

Business & Estate Planning:  Planned for, established, and prepared documentation for the formation of all types of businesses; planned over 500 estates and drafted all related documents.

Litigation: Handled a wide variety of tax cases in the U.S. Tax Court, IRS Appeals Office and the U.S. Courts of Appeals.

Computer Literate: Helped write specialized computer software for accounting and tax planning functions.

C.P.A. and C. L. U. Business Development:  Taught American Institute of Certified Public Accountant (AICPA) and CLU courses such as advanced partnership taxation, estate planning and corporate mergers; frequently consulted with CPAs and CLUs.


MEMBERSHIPS AND BAR ADMISSIONS

Admitted To Practice Law:  U.S. Supreme Court, Virginia, Hawaii, Michigan, District of Columbia, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit.

Member:Virginia, Hawaii, and Michigan Bars.


PUBLICATIONS

Numerous articles (12). The most recent are:
"How Can a Client Retain Its Fiscal Year After TRA '86," 67 Journal of Taxation 382 (1987)
"The Cost of Electing a Fiscal Year under the New 444," 68 Journal of Taxation 206 (1988).
"What You Need to Know to Provide Estate Planning Services," 21 The Practical Accountant 14  (1988).
"Section 89: How Smaller Businesses Can Cope," 22 The Practical Accountant 16 (1989).
"Planning Ahead for Like-Kind Exchanges," 23 The Practical Accountant 71 (1990).


EDUCATION, PERSONAL AND HONORS

Treasurer; Past President: Prince William Bar Association  
J.D., George Washington University (1963)
C.L.U., American College (1982)
A.B., College of William and Mary Economics 1960
L.M. Tax, George Washington University (Honors Award 1967)    
Instructor: Northern Virginia Community College
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Born and raised in Northern Virginia

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