My name is Dillon Wright, and I am a certified public accountant (CPA) in Shreveport, Louisiana. In June 2014, I started a CPA practice, Wright Accounting & Consulting, L.L.C., and I provide accounting, consulting, and tax planning services to individuals and business owners with ties to the Shreveport/Bossier community.
I received my accounting degree from Louisiana State University in the spring of 2005. Upon graduation, I interned with Deloitte in Philadelphia, PA, followed by a full-time position in the internal audit department of their Dallas, Texas office. After returning home to Shreveport in the spring of 2007, I joined a local firm where I practiced in the areas of accounting and auditing, consulting, and tax planning.
After eight (8) years on the staff of these accounting firms, I started my practice, Wright Accounting & Consulting, L.L.C., intent on assisting young professionals and business owners with ties to the Shreveport-Bossier community. Specifically, I strive to aid clients in creating and preserving wealth over the long-term, and I am committed to adding value to their lives and businesses.
I am a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the state of Louisiana, a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Society of Louisiana Certified Public Accountants. I also received my certification as a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) in the spring of 2007, and I am currently an inactive member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).
I also manage family LLCs that are invested in real estate and oil & gas leases. Wright Holdings of Shreveport, L.L.C. is our real estate investment company, and it owns commercial and residential properties in Caddo Parish. In the oil & gas industry, Wright Mineral Interests, L.L.C. holds mineral leases throughout Louisiana and east Texas (click on the links below to learn more about these LLCs).
I started the Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs Blog to share my accounting and tax knowledge, as well as, the lessons learned from my experiences as a sole practitioner. I write on accounting, entrepreneurship, investments, finance, marketing, payroll, and taxation, and I present my content in a number of formats, including:
- Long-form articles,
- Instructional (How-To) Guides,
- Videos, and
- Polls, Quizzes, & Surveys
My Media Appearances
Author of the “Financial Tip of the Month” for BIZ Magazine, which includes the following articles:
- New tax deduction for pass-through entities (January 14, 2019),
- Passive activity losses from rental property (December 17, 2019),
- Looking to Fly Solo? Consider Forming a LLC (March 31, 2016),
- Taxation & Restructuring Options for Student Loan Debt (May 2, 2016),
- Rental Tax Advice (June 1, 2016),
- Oil & Gas Lease Taxes (July 2, 2016),
- By the Book (August 4, 2016),
- The Dreaded IRS Notice (August 30, 2016), and
- Tax Payment Options – Ways to Pay Back Uncle Sam (October 3, 2016)
Guest blogger on bizmagsb.com, which includes the following posts:
- Tax Filing Deadline Postponed for North Louisiana Residents & Businesses (April 12, 2016),
- Warning: Don’t Count on Disaster-Relief Extension from LDR (May 13, 2016),
- New Fiduciary Rule & Its Impact on Investors (June 14, 2016), and
- Watch Out for Erroneous IRS Notices (July , 2016)
- Friday deadline looms for Louisiana taxpayers (July 14, 2016)
Featured local business in May 2017 edition of SB Magazine, as follows:
I met my wife, Tiffany T. Wright, during my senior year of college at LSU. Despite the fact that we both grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana (even attending the same high school for a year), Tiffany and I were complete strangers until a chance meeting in January 2006. An immediate connection was established followed by a three year courtship, and we have been happily married since December 2008.
We have two children – son, Dixon, and daughter, Brynlee – whom we raise in our home town of Shreveport, Louisiana.
In my free time, I enjoy reading, hunting, fishing, and playing tennis and golf. Tiffany and I strive to impress our faith in God upon our children, as we are Christians that believe in Jesus Christ. We credit marriage success to God’s involvement and support within our union, and we continue to seek His guidance.