Daniel Jobe

Managing Director, Enrolled Agent
Friedman, Kannenberg & Company, P.C.

Daniel Jobe is the managing director of the certified public accounting firm of Friedman, Kannenberg & Company, P.C., located in Farmington, Connecticut.

Daniel earned his bachelor of science degree in education from Missouri State University. Prior to joining FKCo, Daniel was a music educator and later the controller and chief financial officer for nearly 10 years at Palen Music Center, Inc., a Midwest full-line, multi-store music retailing business. When Daniel joined FKCo in 2007, he brought a wealth of hands-on music retailing operations, systems and financial experience to our firm, and now has more than 20 years of experience with AIMsi Accounting Software. Daniel is highly experienced in many different aspects of corporate and partnership taxation, inventory management, business valuation, business transition and management consulting. He recently obtained his Enrolled Agent certification from the Internal Revenue Service.

In 2018, Daniel became the firm’s managing director of all staff and professional service activities. In addition to those administrative duties, Daniel primarily serves as an accounting and tax services professional and music retailing consultant. Daniel speaks on various financial topics for NAMM, has written for Music Inc. magazine and is now a co-presenter for Yamaha’s “Financial Advantage” dealer training course. Daniel routinely consults to music industry clients on a variety of topics and is dedicated to educating the music products retailing industry on all things financial. Having played both an internal and external advisory role to music retailers located across the United States, Daniel brings a vast knowledge and unique perspective to the firm’s clients.

Daniel is also an accomplished and classically trained trombonist. When he’s not in the office, you can find Daniel playing trombone in the church orchestra, coaching baseball or attending sporting events with his wife, Meredith, and sons, Jackson and Parker.