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About John Burke, CPA


Let us tell you about John Burke, CPA. He has a knack for finding every legal way to get clients more money by paying less in taxes. In the past, he’s found mistakes and missed opportunities that have helped his clients keep more of what they make.

With more than 30 years running his own CPA firm, John Burke has served clients in a variety of industries, including real estate, construction, services, agriculture, and manufacturing, to name a few.

John has been a contract CFO for a successful real estate developer. As a financial consultant, he has helped a concrete construction firm owner bring costs down. And he’s coached a heating and air conditioning contractor how to significantly improve his margins so he could keep more of what he made.

Licensed to practice in Oregon, John works with clients on their tax needs in many ways:

• Reviewing prior returns and finding errors and missed opportunities,
• Making tax planning suggestions,
• Representing clients at IRS audits, and
• Working with clients on tax preparation and other required filings, and
• Helps expats and dual citizens comply with FBAR filing requirements

John earned his undergraduate from Southern Illinois University and an MBA from the University of Denver. When he is not working, he enjoys cycling, mountain biking, hiking in high elevations, snowshoeing, and collecting coins.

Get in touch with John Burke, CPA at (541) 645-0006

Business Accounting

Focus on your business

Providing businesses with CFO-Level Services without a CFO Salary Price Tag.   Assistance in financial areas such as cash flow forecasting, interpreting financial statements or setting up key performance metrics.

Tax Consulting

Bringing you top value

There’s a long list of trouble spots that can occur, and you’re not alone if you’re having challenges.  That’s why I offer a data file analysis when you first come to me.  That gives both of us a list of action items that we can work from to help you locate trouble spots, get them corrected, and get your bookkeepers trained to enter the data correctly and keep it clean.