Michael has been practicing public accounting for over 20 years. After graduating from Wofford College in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in economics and sociology, he moved on to Auburn University at Montgomery where he earned his master’s degree in business administration. He relocated to Atlanta in 1999 and joined the firm in 2001.
Michael has diverse experience in corporate and individual tax planning, tax compliance, consulting and management advisory services. He has worked with clients in several industries and professions including construction, real estate, professional practices and closely held family businesses.
Michael is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Georgia and Alabama Societies of Certified Public Accountants and is a QuickBooks Online Certified ProAdvisor.
During Michael's spare time, he runs, reads and works out regularly and is a devout Alabama football fan.
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If you are like most, summer is prime time for family and friend vacations. It’s a time to unwind and recharge…to see new places and try new things. For many, “new things” often means food. And if you are trying to maintain or lose weight, that can be a problem. So, for all you travelers trying to stay healthy this summer, here are 5 great tips to help you stay on a healthy eating plan and still enjoy your vacation!
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