Dustin T. Verity; CPA, CGMA | Managing Partner
Dustin Verity is the founding and managing partner of Verity CPAs and has over sixteen years of providing accounting, attest, and audit services to small and middle market, businesses, and organizations. Dustin has extensive experience in serving real estate developers and property managers, construction contractors, automobile dealerships, professional service firms, manufacturing companies, biotechnology and software companies, not-for-profit organizations, and employee benefit plans. Prior to forming Verity CPAs, Mr. Verity was a Principal at PKF Pacific Hawaii LLP and a Senior Manager at Grant Thornton LLP.
A recognized leader in technical audit and accounting issues, Dustin was appointed to the American Institute’s CPA’s (“AICPA”) Private Company Practice Section’s Technical Issues Committee (“TIC”). TIC is limited to 13 audit partners from across the United States and advocates on behalf of accounting firms and their clients in the standard-setting process with the FASB, GASB, ASB, ARSC, and PEEC. TIC reviews drafts of accounting and professional standards, provides feedback directly to the authors, and ultimately improves the final rules which impact all businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and governmental entities in the United States.
Dustin also serves as a technical writer for the AICPA and has contributed to practice aids such as, The Employee Benefits Plan Audit Risk Alert, Internal Control for Today’s Smart Businesses, and, The Auditor’s Report: Comprehensive Guidance and Examples, The Real Estate Ventures and Construction Contractors Audit Risk Alert, and The Construction Contractors Audit and Accounting Guide.
Dustin is licensed to practice as a CPA in the states of Hawaii and California. Dustin is also a licensed Chartered Global Management Accountant. Dustin serves as a Director of Friends of Shriners Honolulu Hospital. Dustin is a member of the AICPA and Hawaii Society of CPAs (“HSCPA”); an executive member of the California Society of CPAs; and serves on the Executive Peer Review Committee for the state of Hawaii.