Thomas Boman joins Novogradac & Company from Advantage Capital Partners
National accounting and consulting firm Novogradac & Company LLP has announced the admission of Thomas Boman as a partner. The organization, which specializes in the affordable housing, community development, historic preservation and renewable energy tax credit industries, has over thirty partners in 15 offices nationwide. Mr. Boman’s tax and accounting practice is located in Novogradac & Company’s St. Louis, Mo. Office.
“We are incredibly pleased to announce the addition of our newest partner,” said Michael J. Novogradac, managing partner in the San Francisco office of Novogradac & Company. “Since the establishment of our St. Louis office in 2012, my partners and I have focused on expanding our physical Midwest presence. The expertise Tom has gained from his 30 years as a tax consultant and 17 years in public accounting is a great addition to our St. Louis office and is a tremendous resource for our clients.”
“I am excited to join Novogradac & Company LLP and I look forward to contributing to the firm’s industry reputation for unparalleled expertise and excellent service,” said Mr. Boman.
Prior to joining Novogradac & Company, Thomas Boman served as a senior vice president of tax for a private equity firm in St. Louis, Advantage Capital Partners. He has more than 30 years of experience as a tax consultant to a variety of companies with a focus on pass-through entities. Mr. Boman has significant experience with the new markets tax credit at both the federal and state levels. He also worked for 17 years in public accounting, primarily with the Big Four firms. Mr. Boman participates in the Partnership and LLC Committee of the American Bar Association and is a member of the American Bar Association, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants. He has juris doctor and Master of Business Taxation degrees from the University of Minnesota. Mr. Boman serves as an adjunct instructor at the Law School at Washington University in St. Louis, where he teaches federal partnership taxation.