I love the challenge of solving problems, especially because every client comes to me with a different issue. I have a reputation of being a tax geek, and having the opportunity to tackle a wide range of problems not only keeps my job interesting, but also motivates me to make all of my clients happy.

About Bradley

Bradley (Brad) Dimond is extensively involved with the planning and compliance aspects of closely held businesses and their owners. He specializes in transactional work for clients in the real estate, restaurant and hospitality, service, retail and wholesale distribution and manufacturing industries. He has significant experience in mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, reorganizations and IRS audit defense.

Brad joined Henry+Horne in 2003 after spending two years as a senior executive at a small public company overseeing all aspects of the tax operations, as well as insurance and risk management, human resources and the legal department. He also worked for two global accounting firms and is very happy to now be with a local firm.

Outside of work you can find Brad spending time with his kids, taking his dogs for a walk, cooking or listening to music. In fact, if he wasn’t an accountant he would want to work in the music business or be a professional baseball player. His other big dream is to win the Powerball and take a year to attend every major sporting event – the Super Bowl, Tour de France, World Cup, etc.

Education

Loyola University, Juris Doctor

University of Illinois, Bachelor of Science in Finance

Firm Roles

Tax Committee

Real Estate Group

Restaurant Group

Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants

Certified Public Accountant, Arizona and Illinois

Jewish Community Foundation

Licensed Attorney, Illinois (inactive status)

Did you know?

What word describes you best?
Smart.

What’s your favorite thing about working at Henry+Horne?
The culture and the people. I like that we’re the “nice-guy” firm.

What are you really afraid of?
Losing my mind.

If you could have any superpower, what ability would you want?
I wish I could fly.

Blog Posts by Bradley

Cash Basis Taxpayer Gets Stiffed!
Tax Insights
September 2015
You Sure You Want to Get Married?
Tax Insights
September 2015

Articles by Bradley

Tax reform changes: owning real estate
May 2018
New tax law impact on restaurants/hospitality
Winter 2018
What lies ahead
Fall 2017
Musings from the 2016 National Restaurant Association's Tax and Finance Executive Study Group
Summer 2016
Happy New Year from Your Friends in Washington
Winter 2016
Tax Musings from the NRA's Tax & Finance Executive Roundtable
Summer 2015
Tales from the Firm: CPA Saves Business from Monster Tax Bill
October 2014
National Restaurant Association Tax Executive Study Group Synopsis
Summer 2014
Who Needs a Buy-Sell Agreement
May 2014
Retainage Payable: A Simple Change Can Defer Taxes
February 2014
Some Financing to Avoid
Winter 2014
Uncover a Key Change for Roth 401(k)s
August 2013
National Restaurant Association Tax Study Group Synopsis
Summer 2013
Generous Section 179 Deduction Available for Small Businesses in 2013
June 2013
Itemized Deductions: Back to the Future
February 2013
What to Do, What to Do
Winter 2013
Is the New HARP Music to Your Ears?
November 2012
News from the Tax Executives Study Group
Summer 2012
Section 179: Opportunities and Pitfalls
May 2012
Mapping Out Business Travel in 2012
March 2012
Paralysis by Analysis or Visa Versa
Winter 2012
Debt Forgiven? You Are Not Home-free
September 2011
Hot Topics from the NRA Executive Study Group Meeting
Summer 2011
22 Business Deductions You Might Overlook
June 2011

You Can't Hide from the IRS

Arizona Restaurant News, January/February 2011
Home-office Deductions
January 2011
Tax Relief is Here: Keep Those Tums Handy for When Your Accounting Bill Shows Up
Winter 2011
Introduction to New Basis Reporting Rules
October 2010
Are You in the AMT Danger Zone?
July 2010
Joining Together to Support a Relative
March 2010
Salvaging Tax Breaks for College Expenses
December 2009
Recent Tax Developments for 'Tipped' Employees
Fall 2009
Avoiding Estimated Tax Penalties for 2009
April 2009
Two New Tax Laws Target Special Groups
January 2009