Upon graduation from Emory University in Atlanta, Gregg began his career in 1987 in the audit department of KPMG Peat Marwick. After two short years, he began his accounting practice in Atlanta and has been serving individuals and businesses ever since.
Recognizing the need for quality instruction, Gregg expanded his practice to include QuickBooks® Seminars taught around the country. Now an Advanced Certified QuickBooks Pro® advisor, Gregg has taught over 3500 seminars to more than 75,000 students.
Not only does Gregg instruct new and basic users but he has been personally commissioned by Intuit, the makers of QuickBooks®, to instruct other CPA's during the QuickBooks® Accountant's update Seminar held each year. Ultimately, this experience delivers Gregg to the core of his practice–ensuring his clients are as knowledgeable as they can be to guarantee their success and financial well-being.
As Gregg says,
"I think it's important for people to have more than just an accountant or more than just a CPA. I want my clients to learn too. I want them to see how accounting can help their businesses and personal finances succeed.
Whether it's in my office, at my client's office, or at one of my seminars: It's that light bulb, it does it to me every time. When I'm working with someone who just doesn't seem to get it, and then they get it, that's what it's all about. That's what I work for, that's why I do what I do."