Joshua Jacobs is owner of Jacobs & Company, CPAs, as well as a partner in Jacobs Law, PLLC. Joshua practices business, taxation and estate planning law, with an emphasis on the law of tax-exempt organizations. Prior to forming his own CPA practice and joining Jacobs Law, PLLC, Joshua served as Director of Business Administration with Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas. Joshua also served as Controller with Calvary Church in Irving, TX and with the Arkansas District Assemblies of God. He began his career in Public Accounting, where he handled tax and audit services for small businesses, non-profit organizations, and other entities and individuals.
Joshua is currently licensed to practice law in the State of Arkansas and the State of Texas. In addition, he has been a licensed Certified Public Accountant for thirteen years. In his free time, Joshua has helped ministers with tax returns, tax compliance, and other accounting issues. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Arkansas Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the American Bar Association. Joshua is currently licensed by the Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy, the Arkansas State Bar, and the Texas State Bar.
Born in Arkansas, Joshua obtained his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a double major in Accounting and Management/Marketing from Arkansas Tech University in 2002. During his time at Arkansas Tech he was the President of the Accounting Club and voted by his peers as the Most Outstanding Accounting Senior. Joshua earned his Juris Doctor from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2010. While at Texas Wesleyan, he served as Treasurer and Board Member of the Night Students’ Association and was a member of the Tax and Estate Planning Law Organization.
Joshua is involved in local church and civic activities, and currently serves on the boards of the Lonoke County Council on Aging and Cabot Housing, Inc. He enjoys attending sporting events and traveling. He also enjoys spending time with his wife Leah, and their three sons, Ty, Jaxon, and Nate.