Isaac Cruz, CPA


Isaac CruzIsaac Cruz, shareholder of Isaac Cruz, P.C., has more than 31 years of experience in private and public accounting.  His industry experience ranges from insurance, aviation, construction and mining.  Isaac has spent the last eighteen years in public accounting working in tax preparation, planning and domestic and international compliance.

Additionally, he has experience in preparing audits, reviews and compilations and providing business advisory services. Isaac has conducted business valuations for a variety of purposes.

Isaac has spent the last eighteen years providing general business and operational planning as well as income tax planning and tax advisory for domestic and international individual, corporate and partnership clients. Isaac provides transactional and business counseling which involves all aspects of business organization and planning, as well as careful consideration of the economic impact and tax consequences of all phases of ongoing business activity.

Additionally, his area of practice involves assisting clients in buying and selling business interests and in franchising business as well as advising owners regarding the tax aspects in buying and selling a business. Isaac has advised individuals and business owners regarding the most tax efficient structures for their business and investments, as well as tax aspects of their current business operations, including planning to reduce federal income tax, Texas gross margin tax and taxes imposed by other states.

Isaac has experience in preparing audits, reviews and compilations for private companies and non-profit organizations. Isaac earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He began his career while living in San Antonio and has industry experience ranging from insurance, aviation, and as a Division Controller for a construction and mining operation. Isaac is also fluent in Spanish.

Isaac brings forethought to his clients. He believes to plan for the future you must also understand the long-term implications to the bottom line.