Matthew began working for our firm as an intern during the 2019 tax season, becoming part of our accounting team in May 2019. His responsibilities include completing individual returns, monthly bookkeeping and bank and credit card reconciliations.
Prior to joining our firm, Matthew worked in the healthcare industry and also held a management position with a party rental company. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in accounting.
Matthew is a member of the Florida Institute of CPAs and is involved in several volunteer organizations including Susan G. Komen, Purple Stride, and Jacksonville Urban Youth Soccer Initiative.
A huge soccer fan, Matthew enjoys playing and watching soccer as well as cheering on Manchester United. He is a big Jacksonville Jaguar and Florida Gators fan. He also has many interests and hobbies including boating, fishing, traveling, hiking and going to the beach.
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