Daniel Wasky is an accomplished tax attorney specializing in legislative, regulatory, and business tax issues. Utilizing his comprehensive research skills – combing through legislative history to understand original intent to help his clients navigate complex tax laws – Daniel leverages relationships with policymakers at House Ways and Means Committee, Senate Finance Committee, Treasury Department, IRS and other agencies in order to implement strategies on their behalf for his clients.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel is engaged in both academics and community service. He serves as treasurer for Black Wall Street Global, an organization focused on creating sustainable economies for disenfranchised communities, as well as Next Level Academy International, an educational non-profit dedicated to supporting underprivileged youth in South Florida.
He has garnered numerous honors and awards during his time at SCF, such as receiving an Honors designation for successfully completing an honors project that showcased independent learning and intellectual insight, as well as receiving the Dean’s Scholarship award.
Daniel has shown himself adept at exploring various genres as an artist. He is well-known rapper with an outlandish persona who uses rhymes about cheese fries, hipsters, Volvos and smartphones to poke fun at popular culture and stereotypes.
Daniel is an active member of both the Washington Bar Association and Black Wall Street Global Foundation – an international non-profit dedicated to building sustainable economies for marginalized communities through education, commerce and community building. He has served two clerkships with Judge Gregory K. Orme and Judge James Z. Davis of the Utah Court of Appeals, as well as practicing several years for a firm located in Salt Lake City’s litigation group. Dan’s clients range from tax, agriculture, energy, trade, financial services and transportation issues. Personally, he takes great delight in spending time with his nieces and nephews; family life provides great source of joy. In his free time he also enjoys painting – an admiration that runs deeper still for music!