Kevin is a Tax Manager at BNKJ, responsible for special tax projects for the firm’s large corporate clients as well as preparing and reviewing corporate, partnership and individual tax returns. With close to three decades of professional experience, he joined the firm in 1998, bringing a diverse corporate accounting background and experience with state and local income tax and depreciation rules that allows him to capitalize on opportunities for both tax deferrals and permanent tax savings for his clients.
Additionally, Kevin brings tax experience that extends to multi-state and international planning and compliance matters, skills he honed at prior tax-focused positions with National Service Industries, Inc., two local accounting firms and the international firm of Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers).
Professional memberships include the AICPA and the Georgia Society of CPAs. Originally from Harrodsburg, Kentucky, Kevin earned his BS and MBA from the University of Kentucky before moving to Sandy Springs, Georgia and completing a Masters of Taxation at Georgia State University.
A serious fisherman, Kevin was the South’s only representative at the 2001 U.S./Canada Match Fishing Championships, where his team prevailed. He was also a member of the U.S. team that competed at the World Championships in Hungary in 1997. Besides competitive fishing, Kevin enjoys books, movies, tennis and volunteering at his church and is known to eat anything that is covered in chocolate.