Jeffrey A. Wlahofsky CPA

Jeff began his public accounting career in 1983. He joined the firm in 1986 and is a tax shareholder in the assurance and tax advisors department. He has in-depth experience in the areas of tax planning and compliance for closely held businesses.

The services Jeff provides to the firm’s clients include serving as an expert witness in legal proceedings; managing IRS examinations; assisting family-owned companies in restructuring to meet succession-planning requirements; and representing companies before the Pennsylvania and Ohio Boards of Appeals and Boards of Finance and Review.

Jeff is also responsible for directing the firm’s state and local tax (SALT) practice. Jeff’s areas of concentration include sales and use tax, capital stock and corporate net income planning, along with fuel tax reporting and examinations.

Jeff serves clients in a number of diversified industries, including natural resources, transportation, manufacturing and professional services.

Education

B.S. - Business Administration, Robert Morris College, Cum Laude

Professional and Community Involvement

Member—American and Pennsylvania Institutes of Certified Public Accountants and the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants; the Allegheny Tax Society and the SMC Business Councils

Member—Schneider Downs Transportation Industry Group

Member—Robert Morris University Accounting Advisory Board

Member—Forest Hills/Churchill Area Baseball Association

Member—Schneider Downs Energy and Resources Industry Group

Past President—Allegheny Tax Society and Pittsburgh Child Guidance Foundation

Do you have a hobby or personal passion?
Fishing. Hunting for pheasant, deer and turkey. Visiting and hiking in our national parks. 
 
Who was your role model?
My Dad.

What was your childhood dream?
To travel to exotic destinations like Iceland (which I got to do)

What is the best or most interesting thing about your career?
All of the wonderful, fascinating people who I meet and work with across such a diverse range of industries.  I enjoy learning about other industries. 

What was your first job?
I worked for a company that refurbished the airbrake systems on railroad cars. I learned to operate heavy equipment and flatbread trucks. I can tell you far more than you’d want to learn about airbrake assembly and repair. 

Do you have a “motto?”
Try every day to learn something new. Imagine that knowledge as a grain of sand, and as you go through life you accumulate new grains of sand…creating a beautiful white beach. 

Jeffrey A. Wlahofsky CPA

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Shareholder Michael Renzelman has a vast amount of professional experience in a multitude of accounting, auditing, tax and business-related issues. He is also responsible for the firm’s adherence to professional standards and maintenance of the firm's assurance services policies and procedures.

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