Henry Dean graduated from the University of Florida with his Bachelor of Science (BS) in Accounting in 1987. While attending the university in Gainesville, he was employed by Purvis Gray and Company C.P.A.s as a Governmental Auditor and Tax Return Preparer.
Upon graduating from the University of Florida, Henry accepted a job with Coopers and Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) in West Palm Beach, Florida as a Bank, SEC, and Private Industry Auditor.
Henry Dean, CPA, PA was founded in 1992 by Henry Dean. The first location was established in Boca Raton then expanded into Delray Beach, Florida. We are a diverse firm and provide a variety of accounting, tax compliance, and technology services for individuals, businesses, and estates.
Honesty, integrity, and confidentiality with our clients is of utmost importance to our business. We have Christian-based life values and, as a result, our business values include faithfully serving the public.
The firm's philosophy is based on the fundamental concept that our reason for existence is to serve. This is accomplished by being sensitive to the needs of our clients and by providing a high level of quality service.
Here at the offices of Henry Dean C.P.A., P.A. we strive to give our customers the best service possible. This is accomplished through a variety of means, but we place most value in keeping our clients informed with the latest tax news and changes in tax law. At Henry Dean C.P.A., P.A. our accountants are continually educated in this area and consistently striving to educate our clients as well.
Henry had been informing the White House's previous administration of the challenges the middle class was facing in this tough economy. Also bringing to the surface tax loopholes and the need to eliminate them by letting expire in its entirety the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (EGTRRA). The EGTRRA is a tax law that greatly reduced the contributions of the wealthiest Americans into our economy. New tax legislation, implemented in 2013, contributed to the economic recovery. As we know and have seen, when the economy does well, everyone does well.
See letters from the White House to Henry Dean in the Photo Gallery.