Since entering the public accounting profession in 1982, Greg has acquired experience across the spectrum of federal income tax issues. In addition to focusing on tax planning strategies for individuals, his practice is devoted to developing effective solutions for business clients. Areas of expertise include tax planning associated with business structuring, acquisitions and combinations; stock option holding and exercise strategies; and partnerships and corporate taxation. Greg also consults with businesses on varied financial issues, such as cash flow planning, debt structuring, vendor relationships, and compensation structuring.
Greg is a magna cum laude graduate of West Texas A&M University, where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. His public accounting career began at Peat Marwick, Mitchell & Co. (now KPMG) in 1982, and he obtained the Certified Public Accountant designation in 1983. Greg’s tenure with KPMG included appointments in the New York and New Jersey executive offices as well as the Amarillo operating office. In 1991, he left the company to become Controller and Treasurer of Western Merchandisers, Inc., a subsidiary of Wal-Mart. In 1997 he rejoined KPMG in the Denver/Boulder office. Greg was admitted as a partner in what is now Flieller, Kruger & Skelton in January 2000.