John Zook, CPA/PFS, MBA
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Office: College Hall 308C
Accounting Professor John (“Jack”) D. Zook received his B.S. in Mathematics from St. Joseph’s University and his MBA (Finance concentration) from Drexel University. He is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and a Personal Financial Specialist (AICPA designation). Currently, his teaching and research interests are in taxation and financial planning.
On a professional basis, he is a shareholder in a medium-sized, regional public accounting firm and focuses on tax structuring, financial reporting formats for hedge and mezzanine funds, financial planning for entrepreneurs, and general business planning.
Professor Zook has contributed articles in such publications as the Pennsylvania CPA Journal, Taxation for Accountants, Taxation for Lawyers, and Personal Financial Planning.
Areas of Expertise
- Financial planning
- Federal taxation
- Managerial accounting
- MBA, Drexel University
- BS, St. Joseph’s University
- Personal Financial Planning
- Corporate Taxation
- Individual Taxation
Tax Benefits for Education, @with Kristin L. Zook, Esq.,@ The Tax Adviser, Volume 41, No. 7, July 2010, Pgs. 464-470. (201)(AP)(ICA).
Going Green with Propane School Bus Offers Great Tax Advantages, @ with Bruce Leauby, @ The CPA Journal, Volume 80, No. 3, March 2010, Pgs. 51-55. (201)(AP)(ICA).
Tax Planning for 2009, @ with Bruce Leauby, @ School Bus Fleet, Volume 55, No. 9, October, 2009, P. 54-56. (203)(AP)(ICA).
Tax Planning for School Bus Contractors 2008 and Beyond, @ with Bruce Leauby, @ School Bus Fleet, Volume 55, No. 2, February, 2009, P. 32-36. (203)(AP)(ICA).
Financial Oversight, The Role of Governance at Private Clubs, @ Club Director, Volume 26, Number 5, September/October 2008, pps. 4-5, (203)(AP)(ICA).