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Dan Fiorentino, a Partner at WilkinGuttenplan, has been with the firm since 2006. He specializes in providing tax compliance, tax planning, succession planning, due diligence, and other consulting services to clients in a variety of industries. Dan’s main area of concentration is in healthcare, with specific expertise in the dental industry. Dan also focuses on providing virtual accounting services to clients, ranging from overlooking bookkeeping to higher level controller/CFO functions, along with consulting on their internal accounting structure and system of internal controls.

Dan has been actively involved in various administrative areas within the firm, including leading the firm’s “internal affairs” council, being charged with the responsibility of addressing all employee concerns, and currently sits on the firm’s executive committee. He is a coach for several of the younger staff members, guiding them through their careers. In the past, he has contributed to the development of the firm’s staff overall, including training and orientation programs and coordinating busy season schedules for the auditing staff.

Licenses & Certifications:

  • CPA License: New Jersey
  • Chartered Global Management Accountant Designation (CCGMA)

Professional and Civic Achievements:

  • Member of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA)
  • Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)


  • Dan graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Summa Cum Laude) from The College of New Jersey. He continues his education through regular continuing professional education (CPE) and educational seminars.


What excites you most about the future of your industry?

New technologies that change the landscape for both our office and our clients.

What is your favorite part of the culture at W&G?

The people. When you like the people you work with, everything just becomes so much easier.

If you weren’t an accountant/consultant, what would you be?

An archeologist, or any other job that involves dinosaurs.

What advice would you give to the next generation of CPAs and Advisors?

Always give 100%! The success of your career is a direct result of the effort you put into it.

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