John Hadwen IV, CPA
John began his career at Baker Newman Noyes in 2008. He specializes in tax planning for partnerships with a particular emphasis on complex partnership transactions, including mergers, terminations, and acquisitions; partnership like kind exchanges, including drop and swap transactions; planning and coordinating historic rehab tax credits; computation of partnership step-up and step-downs basis adjustments; and proper partnership disclosure for foreign tax compliance. John primarily serves clients in the retail, construction, real estate, and professional service industries.
John earned a bachelor’s degree in music, with a minor in accounting, from the University of Southern Maine.
- Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Member, Maine Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Treasurer, Val Halla Golf Association
- Past Board Member & Treasurer, Maine Boys to Men
Hobbies / Other
John is married with two daughters. He enjoys following New England sports teams and playing golf.
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- Tax Season Trap Door: Business Interest Expense Limitation for Pass-through Entities & their Owners
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- Proposed Section 199A Regulations are Issued
- A New 20% Deduction for Qualified Business Income of Flow-thru Entities
- 2017 End-of-Year Tax Planning
- Interest is Less Deductible than You May Think
- Step It Up! (An Often-Overlooked Tax Benefit for Acquired Partnership Interests)