Day in the Life of a CPA
Daniel Cheung, CPA “Learn to become a sales person, not just a CPA. Whether you are promoting your company, your accounting services or yourself to potential future employers – you are always selling.”
WATCH: See the rest of Cheung’s story with an interview at youtube.com/incpas.
AVIATION TAX CONSULTANTS, LLC ALMA MATER: Indiana University –
WHEN I’M NOT AT WORK
FAMILY: My wife Sue and I have been married for 22 years, and we have two sons (Cody at Taylor University and David at Fishers High School)
LANGUAGES: English and Chinese (Cantonese
and a bit of Mandarin – I was born and raised in Hong Kong) COMPANY: Aviation Tax Consultants, LLC since
2003 COMPANY SIZE: 5 INCPAS MEMBER SINCE: 1999 JOB DESCRIPTION: Sales and marketing to
bring in new clients. Networking with aviation sales professionals across the country who are our primary referral sources; tax research and tax planning. SOMETHING EXTRA: I’m a frequent speaker at industry events on aviation tax issues and contribute to trade journals and publications, including PilotMag and Skytech, Inc.’s Advantage.
HOBBIES: Golf, ALL IU sports, including football and soccer COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: Hazel Dell Christian Church. Due to increase in business travels, I quit singing in church choir, which I miss badly.
TIPS FOR NEW TALENT ADVICE FOR STUDENTS CONSIDERING THE PROFESSION: Learn to become a “sales
person,” not just a CPA. Whether you are promoting your company, your accounting services or yourself to potential future employers – you are always selling. ADVICE FOR YOUNG PROS WANTING TO ADVANCE IN THE PROFESSION: Be creative, be
willing to think outside the box and work hard to network. SPRING 2016
CPA IN Perspective of Spring 2016 features member spotlights, the expanded role of CPAs, Game On high school recruitment program, legislati...