Jason Dudas, CPA

Jason Dudas

Senior Manager


  • Construction
  • R&D tax credits
  • High-net worth
  • Small and mid-market businesses


Jason is a Senior Manager at Ryan & Wetmore and is located in our Vienna, Virginia office. Since joining the firm in 2009, Jason has become highly skilled in R&D tax credits and assurance, tax, and audits for businesses and high-net-worth individuals. Proven through his tenure and expertise, Jason is the firm’s Construction industry specialist.

Focusing primarily on mid-size clients for over the past 10+ years, Jason is well-versed in the problems his clients face before they come to fruition. Coupled with Jason’s familiarity with the business landscape, Jason is known by his clients for being hands-on and communicative, mitigating challenges with ease and precision.

Inspired by Wayne Gretzky’s famous quote, “You miss 100 of the shots you don’t take,” Jason is pragmatic and opportunistic while at work, always looking for ways to improve matters for clients to help them get closer to reaching their short and long-term goals.


  • Member of Real Estate and Construction CPAs
  • Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Member of the Greater Washington Society of CPAs (GWSCPA)
  • 2017 Rising Leader: Accounting – Greater Washington Society of CPAs
  • Board Member of the Construction Accounting Network – BDO Alliance


  • B.S. Accounting – Grove City College

Blog Posts

Pros & Cons of Buying vs. Leasing Construction Equipment

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A Look at the Construction Industry 2020

From cranes vanishing to material costs rising, it’s needless to say that the construction industry is currently in between a rock and a hard place.

Ripple Effects of COVID-19 on the Construction Industry

The Texas-based construction company Fluor recently announced its 2019 financial results, revealing staggering figures brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.