Tiffany joined Maloney + Novotny (formerly Wolf, Rogers, and Dickey) in 2004. She was elected shareholder in 2019 and is focused in the firm’s tax practice area. Prior to joining M+N, Tiffany spent several years with a national accounting firm in their tax department.

Tiffany has spent the majority of her career working in tax-related matters, including research and tax planning, pass-through entity taxation, sales and use tax, and tax controversy. She has serviced clients in the real estate, construction, manufacturing, professional service and entertainment fields, along with high net-worth individuals. In addition, she spends time dealing in sales and use tax matters for the firm’s clients. Tiffany has experience representing clients before IRS and state taxing authorities.

In addition to servicing her clients, Tiffany has also represented tax-related topics to various organizations and groups. She believes that education is one of the keys to a successful business relationship, and is committed to this when servicing her clients, as well as working within the community.

Tiffany graduated from The Ohio State University in 2000 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. She is a member of the Ohio Society of CPAs, current Treasurer of the Delaware County Cultural Arts Center, Past President and Treasurer of the Young Professionals Board of the Ronald McDonald House, and past board member of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio.

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  • Tax Planning & Consulting
  • Tax Research
  • Pass Through Entity Taxation
  • State & Local Taxes
  • Tax Controversy
  • Manufacturing
  • Service Industry
  • Real Estate

The Ohio State University, 2000