James has been with Morgan & Associates since 2010. In his role as Tax & Accounting Manager, he is responsible for preparing and reviewing corporate, partnership, non-profit, and individual returns. James also handles complex accounting and bookkeeping work for a variety of clients in several industries, tax resolution for entities and individuals, and implementation and support for various client accounting software systems. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from Western Michigan University with concentrations in accounting and economics. James is also a Certified Public Accountant and has been a QuickBooks ProAdvisor since 2011. In his free time, James enjoys soccer, golf, rock climbing, and movies.
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