Norm co-founded The Hagen Firm in 1999 with his son Brent. A partner in the firm, Norm is very focused on client services, particularly business, financial, and tax matters that concern older and more mature clients. He seeks to be a trusted advisor for the firm's clientele, helping each person to build a better business or preserve their estate. Prior to founding The Hagen Firm with Brent, Norm started his career with a national CPA firm. He also co-founded and retired from a large Seattle practice.
Norm graduated from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Business Administration in 1963. He is a member of the AICPA, Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the Aurora Church of the Nazarene. Away from the office, Norm volunteers with Outreach to the Homeless, feeding and meeting with those less fortunate. He also enjoys his church and spending as much time as he can being a grandpa to his 11 grandchildren, rooting for the Seahawks and Mariners, and enjoying his yard and garden.
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