Chloe Parker, CPA at Ryan & Wetmore

Chloe Parker



  • Construction
  • Government contracting
  • Entrepreneurial growth (start-ups)


Chloe Parker is a Manager at Ryan & Wetmore and has been with the firm since 2011. She works closely with entrepreneurs to provide accounting, auditing, tax, and consulting services.

In her work with government contractors, construction, and professional services clients, Chloe helps her clients maintain tax compliance, obtain financing, and create sustainable strategies for growth.

Chloe is active in the Greater Washington Society of CPA’s. She has served as chairperson of the Young and Emerging Accountants section and was named the GWSCPA’s 2017 Outstanding Young Professional.

Chloe has a passion for developing and encouraging her clients and the Ryan & Wetmore team. Chloe’s work illustrates, Wharton Professor, Adam Grant’s words:

“The most meaningful way to succeed is to help other people succeed.”


  • Chairperson of the Young & Emerging Section of the Greater Washington Society of CPAs (GWSCPA)
  • Named 2017 GWSCPA Outstanding Young and Emerging Professional
  • Member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants


  • B.S. Accounting – Grove City College
  • M.B.A. – University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business
  • QuickBooks Certified

Blog Posts

Maryland Strong: Economic Relief

What to Know About Maryland's New Economic Relief Program If you’ve heard of Maryland’s increased economic stimulus announced by Gov. Larry Hogan, the “Maryland Strong: Economic Recovery Initiative” pumps an additional $250 million into this existing programs and others. Here are the main parts of the plan: $50M expansion of the Small Business COVID-19 Relief [...]

D.C. Small Business Resiliency Fund

Just this morning, the application window opened up for small businesses to apply to D.C.’s Small Business Resiliency Fund.

Small Businesses: Are First-Year Depreciation Write-Offs Right for You?

Under today's federal income tax rules, your business may be able to claim big first-year depreciation write-offs for eligible assets that are placed in service in the current tax year. But that strategy might not be right for every small business every year. Here's what you should know before claiming 100% first-year bonus depreciation or [...]