DAVID W. REARDON
Mitchell, Wiggins & Co. LLP, Richmond
Education: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, James Madison University
Children: Hunter, 13; Patrick, 10; Julia, 7
Hobbies: Coaching youth baseball
Favorite vacation spot: Any beach
Favorite meal: Steak, mashed potatoes, yellow squash, hot rolls
Fan of: Boston Red Sox, Classic Rock
Recently read: “Wins, Losses and Lessons: An Autobiography” by Lou Holtz
First accounting job: Staff accountant with Mitchell, Wiggins & Co.
Career mentor: Robert H. Griffin
What is the most challenging aspect of your job?
“It is a challenge to keep up with all of the regulations of the tax code, which can require extensive research at times. I’m the type of person who wants to make sure I get it right for the client, so I’ll look to several sources before making a final recommendation. In most cases, there isn’t an example that matches the current situation being studied, so it is imperative to gather all available evidence and support for the situation.”
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