Accounting Department Manager
Greg Elliott is the Accounting Manager responsible for the Accounting, Payroll, Sales Tax and Bookkeeping for the clients of Reimer, McGuinness & Associates, P.C. Greg is a native Texan and received degrees from Texas Tech University and the University of Houston. Greg is a licensed CPA and a Chartered Global Management Accountant as well as a Realtor. Mr. Elliott serviced a wide variety of industries including, International Oil & Gas, Software, Fractional CFO & Controller clients, and a trade company as Controller and others.
As the Accounting Manager Mr. Elliott works primarily with individuals, companies and owners, to provide Accounting, Payroll, Sales Tax and Bookkeeping Services.
Greg has been married to wife and best friend, Zoann for over 28 years. They love to spend time together in their new home. Greg and Zoann enjoy traveling with friends. Greg enjoys playing Ice Hockey, reading and ranching.
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