Todd Dailey

Todd Dailey

Todd Dailey

Partner

Address

508 Hampton Street, 1st Floor
Columbia, SC 29201

Phone

803.799.5810
866.799.5810

Fax

803.799.5554

Todd Dailey, CPA, CVA, is a Partner with Mauldin & Jenkins and was with the former Derrick Stubbs since 2003. Previously he was associated with Columbia SC area CPA firms from 1989 – 2003. Todd earned a B.S. degree in Accounting from the University of South Carolina-Columbia and obtained his CPA license in 1993 and CVA (certified valuation analyst) in 1999.

Professional Affiliations (professional memberships): American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) AICPA Tax Section Member, National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA), SC Association of Certified Public Accountants (SCACPA) – Central Chapter, Columbia Taxation Study Group, SCACPA-Central Chapter Past President, SCACPA Past Chair State and Local Taxation Task Force, SCACPA Past Member Business Valuation Task Force, SCACPA Past Member CPE Business Market Task Force, SCACPA Past Member Taxation Committee, SCACPA, Past Chair, Regulatory Legislative, and Advocacy Committee – Works with SCACPA staff, lobbyists and SC Board of Accountancy introducing legislation to improve the practice of public accounting for the industry and general public of South Carolina. SCACPA Past Member, Financial Planning Conference Member. 

Community / Boards: South Carolina Board of Accountancy – 2nd Congressional District Seat, current member and past chair. University of South Carolina Friends of Accounting, Past Vice Chair, University of South Carolina Alumni Association, Columbia Film Society, Columbia Museum of Art, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 2019 and 2020 Executive Leadership Committee-Columbia, SC, and National Association of State Boards of Accountancy, member of the communications committee. 

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