Unlike most advisors, Dominic began his career as an estate tax attorney with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), where he dealt with a number of issues pertaining to capital markets and valuation of companies and real estate. Following his time with the IRS, he joined the CPA firm, LeMaster Daniels, and was instrumental in building the firm's estate and succession planning practice before it joined CliftonLarsonAllen.
Dominic continues to work with high net worth clients and closely held businesses and their owners, assisting them with their retirement, estate, and tax planning needs, which also ties closely into a recent tax provision known as the Qualified Opportunity Zone provisions.
He frequently gives presentations to many groups about investment and tax-related matters. His extensive experience in the real estate industry brings a well-rounded approach in his service to clients.
B.B.A in Aviation Management, Boise State University J.D., Gonzaga University School of Law
In the community
*Member of the Washington State Bar Association
*Member of the Arizona State CPA Society
*Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Resources and events
Media coverage 9/24/2020CLA’s Zamora discusses Tax Planning for 2020 with Caliber Companies
Article 11/7/2018What Investors Need to Know About Opportunity Zones
Article 12/9/2014You’ve Been Asked to Be the Executor for an Estate. Now What?