David Bluemling helps clients obtain large federal
and state research and development tax credits and uses cost segregation
studies to help clients increase cash flow through accelerated tax
depreciation. He also specializes in tax
and business valuation and handles domestic estate and wealth transfer plans, S
corporations, and multistate tax issues.
He is a leader of the German American
Business Circle of Pittsburgh and its German Executive Group. He also is a past board director of CPAmerica
International—the world’s sixth-largest association of independent CPA
firms—and brought the organization’s annual accounting/auditing conference to
Pittsburgh in 2008 in celebration of the city’s 250th birthday. In 2004, the Pittsburgh Business Times
named him a “Fast Tracker,” and he was named the Eberly College of
Business “Outstanding Entrepreneur” in 2009 by his alma mater, Indiana
University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Bluemling has been featured for his expertise
in the Pittsburgh Business Times,
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and Pittsburgh
Tribune-Review. He has been an expert panelist for the
“BusinessKillers” seminar series and an annual presenter at the Business Times’ “100 Fastest Growing Companies” event. He has spoken on creating physician-hospital partnering arrangements at
the Corazon Conference in Florida.
He is currently on
the board of the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh and is a past board advisor for the Baierl Family YMCA and YMCA Camp
Kon-O-Kwee/Spencer. Mr. Bluemling also is a
member of the Allegheny/HYP Club and Estate Planning Council of Pittsburgh.
Mr. Bluemling holds a
Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the Eberly College of Business at
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
and a CVA certificate from the
National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts.