Justin joined the firm in 2011. He graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan College with a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting and completed his MBA from Freed-Hardeman University. His responsibilities include individual, partnership, and corporate tax returns, as well as monthly financial statements, payroll, and QuickBooks consulting and training.
Justin and his wife Leah are the proud parents of Jude, Chapel, and Sage. They are active members at Eastanallee Baptist Church. He enjoys basketball, reading, golf, and spending time with family.
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