GREGORY C. GREEN , CPA
Managing Member

​​​​Greg Green is the founder, owner and managing member. Greg has over 32 years working in public accounting, specialized in tax, including 19 years working and partnership with Ernst & Young.  He is knowledgeable in various areas of tax and accounting , especially real estate and owner-operated businesses.


Specialties/Primary area of practices

  • Real estate industry
  • Health care
  • Owner-operated businesses
  • Troubled debt restructuring 

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Professional Experience

  • Managing Member
    •  October 2013 – Present : Green & Associates CPAs. LLC
  • Tax Partner/Shareholder
    • June 2002 – October 2013: Shinn & Company LLC
  • Partner
    • 1983 – 2002 : Ernst & Young
      • 1983 - 1992: in Real Estate Tax Group, Dallas
      • 1992 - 1997 - Senior Manager, West Palm Beach / Miami
      • 1997 - 2002 Director of Real Estate Tax for Southeast Area Region; Tax Reviewer for all cost segregation engagements, Tampa​​


Education

  • Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management
    • ​​Kellogg Program, Executive Management Program
  • Southern Methodist University - Cox School of Business
    • BBA, Accounting​​


Honors & Awards​

  • Leadership Manatee Graduate, Class of 2003


Professional and Community Activities

  • AICPA, FICPA, TSCPA and Gulf Coast Builders Exchange - Member 
  • Urban Land Institute – Tampa Bay District Council - Governance Committee
  • Gulf Coast CEO Forum - Treasurer
  • ​Gulf Coast Buliders Exchange - Member
  • Downtown Development Authority, City of Bradenton - Past-Chair  
  • Legislative Committee / Manatee Chamber of Commerce - Past-Chair (continuing member) 
  • Downtown Redevelopment Committee, Manatee Chamber of Commerce - Past Chair 
  • Manatee Chamber of Commerce (2013) - Board of Directors 
  • Code Enforcement Board, City of Bradenton - Former Member
  • The Florida Aquarium - Former Board of Directors and Development Committee Chairman 
  • Florida CPA
  • Texas CPA


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