David M. Tudor: Dave is an Enrolled Agent (EA), a Fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute (NTPI) and admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court in 2019. Dave holds an Associate of Arts Degree in Applied Science (Paralegal) along with a Bachelor and Master of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Science in Accountancy. Dave was born and raised in Elkhart, Indiana. He grew up on a farm and quickly learned the importance of tradition and American values. As a young man he moved to Bullhead City, Arizona where he worked in his father’s accounting firm. After the birth of his two sons, he relocated to the Denver, Colorado area where he lived for nearly 35 years. While in Colorado, Dave served as a paralegal in Denver and spent many years working for the Adams and Larimer Counties’ Child Support Enforcement Division as a judicial enforcement specialist, legal specialist, child support manager, and served ten years on the Legislative Subcommittee for the Colorado State Child Support Enforcement Division.
Dave currently does IRS tax return, and state revenue pro bono work for the Montana Legal Services for low income individuals and Veterans. Dave has represented many clients before the IRS and many state taxing authorities. Dave has saved his clients $100,000.00's of dollars over the years. He serves as the CFO for Whitetail Ranch Center, a non-profit meeting the needs of Veterans with PTSD and the treasurer for the Rolling Glen Ranch Home Owners Association located in Three Forks, MT.
As a child and as an adult, Dave was active in the Boy Scouts. Dave is a Life Scout, a brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow, 3 Bead Wood Badge, and is a permanent member of the Bear Patrol. His adult positions included assistant scout master, scout master, unit commissioner, and assistant district commissioner. He was a Hunter Education Master Instructor for the State of Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife for some 27 years. He is an active elk hunter and is an up and coming fisherman. Dave gentled his own yearling colt, an Arabian stallion, and continued to train him over the following 16 years.