Jeff joined the firm in 1981 after five years with the State of Vermont, and was certified in 1983. He credits his interest in accounting to his mother who was an in-house accountant for several businesses in his hometown of Rutland. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Vermont.
Jeff has been a director and president of the Vermont Society of CPAs, and also served two separate terms on the American Institute of CPA’s governing council. He served as trustee and Treasurer of the Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier for several years. Jeff frequently speaks to tax professional groups, including regular appearances at the annual University of Vermont Tax School. He has also conducted classes for small businesses, bankers, judges, realtors, attorneys and other CPAs. Jeff works frequently as an expert in matters involving financial issues, and has testified as an expert witness in many Vermont trials.
Jeff and his wife, Candace, are enjoying their new “empty nest” in Montpelier.
Jeff holds Vermont CPA license number 472.