Bio and Info
Dan brings nearly 20 years of experience to the firm’s clients. He performs audit services for clients in many industries, focusing on construction, live event production, and nonprofit entities. Dan also oversees the firm’s Assurance Division, which provides audit, review, compilation, and other services to a wide range of clientele. Additionally, he oversees the Quality Control function of the firm and administers the ongoing technical education of firm members.
During his tenure with the firm, Dan has been instrumental in a number of initiatives, including moving to a paperless work product, implementing data mining software, and creating the firm’s Ultimate Account blog. In addition to his many contributions to the blog, Dan’s writing has frequently appeared in the publications of the Building Industry Association and the Associated Builders and Contractors, among others. He has contributed as a presenter in webinars produced by the Lancaster Chamber of Business and Industry, Associated Builders and Contractors, and Construction Financial Management Association. Dan has also provided oversight and direction within the firm’s back-office services, which provide bookkeeping and controllership functions for corporate and nonprofit clients.
Clients who work with Dan appreciate his attention to detail, his communication skills and his commitment to provide a high level of personalized service.
Community Involvement and Impact
- Board of Directors for North Museum, Treasurer
- Board member, Conestoga Valley Education Foundation
- Finance Committee for Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County
- Finance Committee for Lancaster Lebanon Habitat for Humanity
- Youth group volunteer and past lay leader for Grandview Church
Articles by Daniel T. Massey
What to Expect with the Increased Child Tax Credit
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