Jeff Tatsumura, CPA


Fresno, CA

5 River Park Place East, Suite 320 Fresno, CA 93720

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Jeff guides ag producers, business owners, and large-entity controllers on all aspects of tax consulting and regulatory controversy at the federal, state and local levels. By converting rote financial statements and ratios into relatable business metrics, he guides management teams toward fiscal resiliency to help ensure a firm can weather any business climate.

With over 20 years of experience in tax compliance, planning, research, and consulting, Jeff has consulted with clients in the agribusiness, service, transportation, manufacturing, construction and real estate, and non-profit sectors. Prior to joining K·Coe Isom, Jeff was a partner at Stoughton Davidson in Fresno, CA. He was also the CFO for a major California-based row crop and permanent crop operation that spanned from the Sacramento area to Kern County.

A champion for producers, Jeff successfully deciphers issues raised by tax authorities. Given his private industry experience in a large-scale agricultural operation and a big home builder/commercial developer, Jeff relays the accounting “nuts and bolts” to business owners in a clear and compelling way so they, in turn, can make strong, forward-thinking financial decisions.


  • B.S., accounting, California State University, Fresno


  • Licensed CPA in California

Professional Associations

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • California Society of Certified Public Accountants

Civic Associations

  • Coalition for Urban Renewal Excellence (CURE), treasurer
  • State Center Community College Foundation, board member
  • Habitat for Humanity Fresno, Former finance committee member and past treasurer

Mentions and articles by Jeff


In Wake of Disaster, How to Minimize Taxes on Insurance Proceeds

K·Coe Editorial | August 2, 2018

How to Treat Insurance Casualty Gains As fires rage and rampage through large areas of California, the destruction of residences, outbuildings, and commercial buildings has been widespread. K·Coe Isom has been fielding questions and concerns from many of our clients […]

Tax Reform Upending Ag Business Structures Across the Spectrum

K·Coe Editorial | February 21, 2018

Ag Industry Alarmed by the Non-Cooperative Disadvantage – The cooperative deduction (20 percent) within the new tax provisions is forcing all ag businesses – from Cargill-sized titans to small farm operations – to weigh considerable structural changes affecting how they […]