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Rudy Thomas
Partner (CPA)
Charleston, SC

Rudy Thomas is a Tax Partner in the Charleston, South Carolina office of Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP. Rudy is responsible for oversight of tax engagements, and he has extensive experience in tax issues related to cost segregation studies, state and federal tax credits, research and development studies and business valuations. Rudy coordinates capital tax investment planning which includes energy efficient tax incentives, EPAct deductions, cost segregation, SALT, accounting methods, and negotiated incentives for real estate.  Over the past eight years, Rudy’s team has completed hundreds of cost segregation studies, maximizing tax depreciation and generating significant tax savings for many clients.

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

Civic Organizations
  • Coastal Carolina Council, Boy Scouts of America, Past Treasurer
  • Coastal Conservation Association, Past Treasurer
  • Rotary Club of Charleston
  • Charleston Trident Chamber of Commerce
  • Accredited in Business Valuation, 2002
  • Certified Public Accountant - SC - 2619

  • Bachelor of Science, Business Administration
    The Citadel
Industry Focus
  • Technology & Life Sciences
  • Manufacturing & Distribution
  • Real Estate
Service Areas
  • Research & Development Tax Credits
  • Tax
  • Tax Accounting
  • Cost Segregation

Industry Issues

Services In Focus
Alerts, News
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Case Studies
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