Greg is an experienced, well-respected accounting professional who received his undergraduate degree in 1990 from Missouri State University (formerly Southwest Missouri State University). In 1992 he earned his Master of Accountancy. Today, Greg offers his clients a wealth of experience and knowledge in small business and retirement plan consulting.
Since 1999, Greg has also been a Certified Fraud Examiner. Given his expertise, Greg provides specialized litigation support in the area of fraud. He recently received the CFF designation from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. This designation certifies Greg in financial forensics. The CFF covers bankruptcy and insolvency, computer forensics, economic damages, family law, fraud investigation, litigation support, stakeholder disputes and valuations.
Kim graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Management from Missouri Southern State University (formerly Missouri Southern State College) in 1997. She earned her Master of Accountancy from Missouri State University (formerly Southwest Missouri State University) in 1999. Kim’s areas of expertise include consulting with businesses on tax planning and operations, and optimizing software packages. She also administers business retirement plans, including the preparation of retirement tax returns. Kim’s clients benefit from her many years of audit experience working with both for-profit and non-profit organizations.
Passionate about community service, Kim has served in leadership positions in the following organizations: former president of the Children’s Miracle Network Leadership Board, vice president for The Victim’s Center, and member of Leadership Springfield Class XXI. Community service has given Kim a deeper awareness and understanding of issues and challenges facing our community.