TaxOps Announces Partner Appointment to Prominent International Position with Fortune 100 Company

Philip Morris International recruits partner that demonstrates the high standards for technical expertise and interpersonal qualities of TaxOps.

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Dan DeLau demonstrates technical and interpersonal excellence

Dan DeLau helped set a standard for tax technical and interpersonal excellence at TaxOps.

Dan's recruitment to a top-level position at a leading multinational corporation says a tremendous amount about Dan, our team here, and the caliber of work that we do.

Lakewood, Colorado (PRWEB) March 20, 2013

TaxOps announced that Daniel DeLau, a partner with the firm, will be assuming a prominent international tax position based in Switzerland with a Fortune 100 company.

“Dan’s recruitment to a top-level position at a leading multinational corporation says a tremendous amount about Dan, our team here, and the caliber of work that we do,” Brian Amann, TaxOps founder and chief executive officer, says. “Dan brought a high-level of technical expertise and interpersonal qualifications to his role at TaxOps, which has helped to set a standard for how we operate as a firm.”

DeLau says he is comfortable making the move because of the firm’s tremendous success and exciting culture. “TaxOps has a wonderful environment in which to work,” he says. The firm retains the best aspects of a big firm setting while eliminating those aspects that do not add value, such as time sheets, dress codes, and office hours. Contrary to traditional professional services practices that encourage staff to increase hourly billings, TaxOps’ staff incentives are designed to drive better results, strong client relationships, and a high level of efficiency.

DeLau says clients appreciate the TaxOps’ team they work with and employees like where they work, naturally leading to high client and employee retention rates. TaxOps was named the best small firm by Accounting Today’s Best Accounting Firms to Work For in 2012 for its innovative workplace environment.

After transitioning to his new position, DeLau will continue to serve on TaxOps’ Advisory Board while abroad. On a personal note, DeLau adds, “I’m also looking forward to the cultural change of living in Switzerland and skiing and hiking in the Alps.”

About TaxOps
TaxOps delivers customized tax solutions that drive business value. The firm is founded by former Big Four tax executives who are committed to delivering highest-quality, value-driven solutions based on specific client goals. TaxOps attracts clients nationwide with its innovative business model built on fixed-fee, value-based pricing and year-round consulting, which offers the best results and the best working environment for our clients, employees and partners. In addition to tax outsourcing, TaxOps offers more specialized solutions and expertise through TaxOps Minimization and TaxOptimization. TaxOps was named the best small firm to work for by Accounting Today and to the Inc. 5000 as one of America’s Fastest Growing Companies.