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Concannon Miller Announces New Shareholder to Oversee Tax Services

Posted by Concannon Miller on Jul 18, 2022 4:25:22 PM

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Ken Gibbons-BlogConcannon Miller is pleased to announce the hiring of new experienced tax expert to oversee its robust tax services division.

Kenneth Gibbons, CPA, CGMA, MST, has almost 25 years of public accounting experience, most while working in leadership at Big 4 and other large firms. As Concannon Miller’s shareholder in charge of tax services, he will oversee an experienced team of tax experts, which he is looking to grow.

“Ken’s hiring will continue our long-held reputation for providing high-level tax planning and solutions to businesses and their owners,” said Ted Witman, Concannon Miller President & COO. “His leadership also will help us add new members and areas of expertise to our already top-notch tax team.”

Mr. Gibbons has significant experience providing tax strategy for a wide variety of businesses and their owners. His experience includes overseeing complex multi-state tax filings for businesses with Nexus requirements, a practice he’ll continue to lead at Concannon Miller.

“I enjoy solving complex tax problems to help businesses and their owners increase their cash flow and business opportunities,” Mr. Gibbons said. “I’m excited to bring my experience and expertise to lead Concannon Miller’s tax team to continue to provide high level services to our clients.”

Mr. Gibbons holds a masters in taxation from Seton Hall University and a bachelor’s in accounting from Bloomfield College.

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