About Us

Founder Of ATS

Richard E. Ayres, EA, ATA

Richard E. Ayres is The Founder of Ayres Accounting & Co., established in 1966, whose firm specializes in agricultural accounting and taxation, tax consulting, and management advisory services.

Richard graduated from Miami-Jacobs College in 1964 with a major in accounting and later received his B.A. from Indiana Northern University. He has been enrolled since 1979 to practice before the IRS (Enrolled Agent) and achieved the Accredited Tax Advisor (ATA) designation in 1990.

Since 1981, Richard has been presenting quality tax seminars to tax professionals throughout Ohio under the name of Ayres Tax Seminars (ATS). Richard has also provided quality educational tax update seminars to the tax preparer community in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada, and Tennessee. He is a member of the National Society of Accountants, the National Association of Enrolled Agents, and an associate member of the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Richard was past president of the Ohio Association of Independent Accountants and the Ohio Society of Enrolled Agents and chairperson of the Ohio District Tax Panel 1997-99. In 1996, he was recognized in Who's Who in America.  In 2021, Richard received the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ohio State Society of Enrolled Agents.

Bryan Corcoran, J.D., M.Tax, E.A

Bryan Corcoran enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1989 then earned his bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University.  In 1997 he earned a master’s degree in taxation from the University of Akron while attending law school.  After graduation and the bar exam, he re-entered the Marine Corps as a Judge Advocate.  He served as a courtroom prosecutor, special assistant to the U.S. Attorney, rule of law advisor for the Afghanistan judicial system, and Staff Judge Advocate to the Third Marine Division in Okinawa, Japan.   Overall, he spent seven of his 26 years serving overseas.  He retired in 2015.

While in the Marines, Mr. Corcoran also managed the VITA tax centers at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island and Marine Corps Base, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.

After retirement, Mr. Corcoran served as councilman for South Lebanon and vice mayor.  In 2020, he became an Enrolled Agent.  He currently serves on the South Lebanon veterans memorial committee, and volunteers to teach tax law to prisoners at the Warren Correctional Institution.   

Mr. Corcoran is a graduate of the Naval Justice School, the Marine Corps Expeditionary Warfare School (resident program), and the U.S. Army War College (resident program), where he earned a second master’s degree in strategic studies.   He is admitted to practice law before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Tax Court, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, and the State of Ohio.  

He is a proud husband to Aubrey Corcoran (27 years).  They have five children.

Aubrey Corcoran, EA, MA

Aubrey Corcoran is an Enrolled Agent and part owner of Heritage Tax Representation and Services in Maineville, Ohio.  Heritage provides tax and business consulting services since 2019.

Aubrey earned her Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Maryland University College. She taught in both urban high school classrooms and suburban classrooms.  She enjoyed her time in the classroom teaching biology and anatomy and physiology.

She received her tax preparation training through the Income Tax School Comprehensive and Small Business Courses.  Aubrey has a growing number of pastors and overseas missionaries as tax clients.

She is a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents, Director at large for Ohio State Society of Enrolled Agents, has served as Vice President of the Dayton Chapter of the OSSEA, and member of the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers. She volunteers regularly as a tax and business/entrepreneur instructor at Warren Correctional Institution in Lebanon, Ohio.

She and her husband Bryan have five children and have been married 27 years.

Ayres Tax Seminars
PO Box 430
Maineville, OH, 45039
937-408-8799 (phone)
844-337-7149 (fax)

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