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Robert Bradham
Partner (CPA)
Charleston, SC

Robert Bradham is a Tax Partner in the Charleston, South Carolina office of DHG. Robert works closely with clients to reduce taxes and take full advantage of credits, deductions and accounting methods. He performs and supervises corporate, partnership, and individual income tax consulting and compliance work. Robert has spent much of his accounting career focused on servicing multinational corporations, including energy efficiency related tax incentives, and providing tax services for closely held business and their owners.

Professional Organizations
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants
  • National Association of Certified Valuation Analyst

Civic Organizations
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston
  • Junior Achievement of South Carolina
  • Fort Johnson Baptist Church
  • 40 under 40, Charleston Regional Business Journal, 2008
  • Certified Public Accountant - NC - 25281
  • Certified Public Accountant - SC - 6175

  • Bachelors, Accounting
    Clemson University
Industry Focus
  • Manufacturing & Distribution
  • Private Client Services
  • Professional Services
Service Areas
  • Valuation Services
  • Tax
  • Tax Accounting
  • International Tax
  • International Services
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

Industry Issues

Services In Focus
Alerts, News
& Publications

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Case Studies
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