Scott Anderson

Audit Partner Scott Anderson

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With over 10 years of tax and accounting experience, Audit Partner, Scott Anderson, specializes in helping clients minimize taxable income while maintaining a strong balance sheet.

Scott leads SSF’s Private Client Services group leveraging his expertise of privately-held, family owned businesses. He works extensively with clients in manufacturing and distribution, construction, renewable technologies, and action sports. He is an expert in tax solutions for owner-operated private companies, financial reporting and tax benefits of alternative energy projects.

For example, during the U.S. Treasury’s 1603 Program for alternative energy projects, Scott assisted numerous clients obtain millions of dollars of payments in lieu of tax credits. He has also successfully helped many clean technology clients with cash flow projections and analysis to obtain business and project financing.

Scott received a bachelor’s degree in business and economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2003. He is a licensed CPA in the State of California. In 2013, Scott was named one of Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 40 under 40. Outside of work, Scott is active in the UCSB Alumni Organization and Surfrider Foundation.

Scott is a man who would much rather be in the water than on land. From surfing to swimming to ocean diving, Scott is a true water sports enthusiast. While on land, he lives with his wife and son in Campbell. At home Scott enjoys building his own surf boards and cooking international fusion dishes. Scott combines his love for the ocean, traveling and philanthropy by volunteering with the Surfrider Foundation, Surf for Life and Waves of Hope. Each organization speaks to Scott’s passion about the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans and coastal communities. For the past few years Scott has traveled with these organizations to participate in educational and community driven development projects in coastal communities of third world countries.

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