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Travis Dyer earned an AA Degree in Accounting from Brookhaven Community College in Farmers Branch. Prior to joining DiLucci, for over 5 years he worked as an Accounting Manager for a private equity firm responsible for handling the day to day accounting for multiple investment partnerships.
At DiLucci, he works with clients and our team providing bookkeeping and tax resolution services.
现在, at DiLucci, she is an integral member of the team, overseeing office workflow, billing, and accounts receivable.
She has experience in real estate, investments, and private accounting. Mahum is hardworking, efficient, and a valuable part of the accounting team. She is fluent in Urdu and Hindi.
Cecilia graduated summa cum laude from the University of Texas in Brownsville with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. Her experience includes working in both public and private accounting for over six years before joining our team.
现在, at DiLucci, she is a valuable member of our accounting team, providing efficient and high-quality bookkeeping services for our business clients. Cecilia is fluent in Spanish.
She often works with clients on-site to maintain their business books, providing convenience, efficiency, and high-quality work for our clients’ financial needs. She is fluent in Farsi.
Beau graduated from Loyola University New Orleans with a Bachelor of Music in Music Industry Studies. During his 5 years running a live music business, he developed a passion for business tax administration.
He recently became an Enrolled Agent in order to better assist fellow entrepreneurs in keeping up with tax law changes and matters before the IRS. 现在, at DiLucci, he specializes in tax research, as well as developing tax solutions for our business clients.
现在, at DiLucci, he manages our accounting department and focuses on providing clients with financial statements that give true insights into their business profits, cash flow, assets, and liabilities.
Tax Resolution Principal
He is an expert at representing taxpayers in audits, filing offers in compromise, establishing currently not collectible status and installment agreements, removing wage garnishments, reversing bank levies, and removing tax liens.