Mr. Beane is a New Hampshire native. He attended Holderness School and received his BS in Accounting with highest honors from Bentley College. That same year he passed the uniform CPA examination in a single sitting. In addition to supervising the firm's continuing professional education program, Mr. Beane annually attends the AICPA tax division hearings in Washington, D.C. Keeping up to date in this industry is a top priority, Mr. Beane hates surprises, and as the employees at Dana S. Beane & Company, P.C. will tell you, there are none.
Mr. Beane has been practicing since 1980 and became the President of Dana S. Beane & Company, P.C. when the founder retired in 1988. As managing officer of a busy CPA firm, his experience and expertise is miles wide and deep and he uses that knowledge with his creativeness, and the best CPA staff in the country, to design and implement unique multifaceted transactions to problems faced by our clients. For Mr. Beane, all problem have solutions, and his staff and clients will tell you he is "compulsive" in finding them. He has a lengthy and successful tax court history continuing the firm's excellence in countering overly aggressive IRS examiners. Refer to our founder's biography for a history of how the seeds of this passion were planted.
Mr. Beane is active in a variety of civic and regional economic initiatives. He is married with two children, and he has a passion for hiking, boating, sailing (gales only), and life on an Island on Lake Winnipesaukee. The Beane Clan is rather large, though Scott jokes he is not responsible for his extended family, he is proud and loves each and every one of them.
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