David Fochs

David Fochs, Jr.


Tax Manager

Phone: 507.252.6688
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About David

David Fochs, Jr., began his career in public accounting in 2011 and joined the staff of Hawkins Ash CPAs in 2020.

As a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and tax manager in the firm’s Rochester, MN, office, David reviews corporate, individual and pass-through business tax returns.

He also assists clients with 990 nonprofit and foreign filings, farm tax accounting and international taxation, in addition to recent Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness calculations.

Prior to joining Hawkins Ash CPAs, David served as tax supervisor and tax manager at two award-winning public accounting firms in the Midwest.

“I enjoy working with the variety of clients that I get to meet and assist on a daily basis. Every day brings new challenges that continue to provide professional and personal growth.”

David Fochs, Jr., CPA

Areas of Focus

990 Nonprofit and Foreign Filings

Farm Tax Accounting

International Taxation

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
Loan Forgiveness Calculations

Tax Returns


Bachelor of Arts, Accounting, Finance, Spanish, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Professional Affiliations

Minnesota Society of CPAs (MNCPA)

Community Organizations

Rochester Curling Club

Recent Posts by David

Investment Fraud

Are You at Risk for Investment Fraud?

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Offset Nursing Home Costs With Possible Tax Breaks

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Day Camp

Sending the Kids to Day Camp May Bring a Tax Break

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Fraud Military Vets

Imposter Fraud Targets Military Members and Vets

According to the Federal Trade Commission, veterans lost approximately $60 million to fraud in 2020. Among the greatest fraud threats
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medical expense deductions

The Deductibility of Medical Expenses

Individual taxpayers may be able to claim medical expense deductions on their tax returns. However, the rules can be challenging,
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Website deductible

Which Business Website Costs Are Deductible?

Every business needs a website, but it’s not always easy to determine which costs of running one are deductible. Fortunately,
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Cryptocurrency Tax Surprises

Curtailing Tax Surprises With Cryptocurrency

As investing in Bitcoin, Dogecoin and other cryptocurrencies become increasingly popular, investors need to understand the potential tax ramifications. Unlike
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Roth IRA conversion

Considering a Roth IRA Conversion

Investors have long grappled with the conundrum of whether to opt for a traditional or Roth IRA. One factor that
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Work Opportunity Tax Credit

Businesses Should Review Sales Tax Laws

It’s been more than two years since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair that states may
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