Brian Haines

Director of Income Tax

Brian Haines

Director of Income Tax


Brian is the Director of Clearview’s Income Tax and Advisory practice. He is an expert in tax compliance and tax planning, including Federal, state and local income tax concerns, for both businesses and individuals. He has two decades of experience of tax consulting and managing the compliance work of large, consolidated corporate returns with multi-state operations in not-for-profit, manufacturing, distribution, professional services, retail, real estate, healthcare and construction. He also has experience in tax planning and consulting for individuals and multiple business entities, such as partnerships, LLCs and S Corporations. Brian has enjoyed developing long-term relationships with his clients where he is relied upon as a trusted advisor to help his clients achieve their business goals.

Brian is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants (MACPA). He is actively involved with the Maryland Food Bank, Maryland SPCA, Autism Speaks, and the Special Olympics.


Brian attended Towson University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.

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