Biography

Jason leads the Tangible Asset Incentive Services group at Moss Adams. He provides federal and state taxation services to a variety of individual and business clients, with particular emphasis on clients that own, operate, invest, and manage all types of real estate assets. Jason concentrates his practice on tax issues involving tangible property and renewable energy credits and incentives. In addition, Jason maintains an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the tax laws relating to cost segregation and research and development credits.

Jason has authored numerous articles in regional and industry-specific publications and frequently presents on various federal credit and incentive topics.

Selected Publications

  • "How Qualified Improvement Property Changes Can Create Cash Flow Benefits" (Moss Adams Insight, June 2020)
  • "Revisit Repair & Maintenance Deductions Under the Tangible Property Regulations" (Moss Adams Insight, December 2019)
  • "Compliance with the Tangible Property Regulations? You Might Be Missing Critical Tax Savings" (GlobeSt.com, December 2014)
  • "The IRS’s Little-Known Green Tax Break for Building Owners" (GlobeSt.com, February 2013)
  • "Are You Maximizing Your Real Estate Tax Benefits?" (Daily Journal of Commerce, December 2012)

Selected Speaking Engagements

  • Tangible Asset Incentives Overview
    (Moss Adams Webcast, December 2019)
  • Do You Know What to Deduct and What to Capitalize?
    (WSCPA Olympia Chapter, December 2013)
  • Understanding the New Regulations for Tangible Assets
    (WSCPA Olympia Chapter, December 2013)
  • Cost Segregation and Tangible Property Update
    (Dealer Services Controller, June 2013)

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Member, Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants

Education

  • BS, accounting, Central Washington University