Taylor, a former CPA and former attorney for the IRS, helps commercial and nonprofit entities with their tax needs.
He started his career working as a CPA at Ernst & Young for three years before enrolling at the University of Virginia School of Law. After law school, he worked in the Office of Chief Counsel for the IRS in Washington, DC for three years.
Taylor’s experience with nonprofits has given him an understanding of their unique goals and needs and fueled his passion to provide these organizations with quality legal advice and services. He spent part of his childhood as a missionary kid, including living in South Africa shortly after the end of apartheid, and in college he interned at the global headquarters of a multinational mission organization. In 2020, he co-founded a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals experiencing homelessness and continues to serve on its board. Taylor also found time in law school to give back, serving as president of the Law Christian Fellowship.
Although he isn’t originally from Colorado, the area is a natural fit for his love of hiking and skiing.
Taylor is admitted to practice in the state of Georgia and temporarily authorized to practice in Colorado pending admission under C.R.C.P. 205.6.