Ronnie C. McClure, PhD, CPA has worked in the individual, family, corporate, partnership, trust, and non-profit sectors of tax law for more than forty years. He has served on the graduate tax faculty at the University of North Texas and conducted hundreds of seminars, speaking on a wide range of tax and estate planning topics important to businesses, families, private foundations, and public charities.
Through his guidance, Ronnie's individual, corporate, and charitable organization clients and students have benefited from his expertise by knowing that his counsel is based on sound principles and background. Ronnie has written and edited over two dozen continuing professional education courses for accountants and attorneys on a wide range of federal income and wealth transfer tax topics, and has spoken throughout the nation on these issues.
Ronnie is very active in his community both professionally and personally. He is the past president of both Denton County Collaborative Professionals and the Dallas Estate Planning Council, a member of the American Counseling Association, and the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors. He has volunteered his time by serving on the governing boards of numerous charitable organizations and has served on the Advisory Council of Communities Foundation of Texas since 1985.
He studied at Lamar University, the University of Texas, the University of North Texas, and Texas Woman's University. He holds a BBA in Economics, a Masters in Professional Accounting, an MEd in Family Counseling, a PhD in Taxation, and a certificate in Conflict Resolution. In addition, he is a Certified Public Accountant and a Nationally Certified Counselor.
Ronnie resides in Lewisville, Texas and is the proud father of two fine boys and four grandchildren. When he is not spending his time with family and friends, Ronnie enjoys traveling, learning, and is an avid reader.