Frank’s path to public accounting was certainly not a typical one. A lifelong native of New Jersey, he graduated from Rutgers University with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry followed by a doctorate degree from New York Chiropractic College in 1995. After a career in the healthcare industry, he decided to switch from “cracking backs to crunching numbers” and obtained an MBA degree in accounting from Montclair State University in 2006 and his CPA license a year later.
Over the past sixteen years, Frank has served clients in public accounting, working and consulting at firms ranging in size from local practices all the way up to the Big Four level and gained experience in financial statement preparation, QuickBooks, and business and individual taxation. Over the past seven years, his emphasis has focused on tax return review and consulting on issues involving international taxation, passthrough entities, retirement planning and high net worth individuals.
Finally tiring of the cold and snowy winters in the northeast, his family moved to Southwest Florida in 2015, and they enjoy the beaches along the gulf on weekends. He and his wife, Nicole, are kept busy raising their three young children and Frank enjoys swimming, reading, and puzzles of all types in the little spare time that he has.