Kevin joined Wright CPA Group in the Fall of 2016. Prior to joining the team, Kevin spent 7 years with regional public accounting firm Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP in Memphis, TN.
While at DHG, LLP, Kevin provided tax compliance and advisory services to a wide variety of clients. Kevin brings extensive experience in the Real Estate industry and Partnership taxation. Kevin served in various leadership and committee roles for his office and firm-wide. Additionally, he was recognized as a firm Subject Matter Expert in Accounting Periods & Methods.
Kevin graduated Summa Cum Laude from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Accounting. He also earned his Master’s of Taxation from MSU. He is a licensed CPA in MS and TN and a member of the AICPA and MSCPA.
When not at work, Kevin’s favorite activities include golf, hunting, fishing and relaxing near the water.
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