Firm Promotes Four to Tax Managers; Announces Expanded Role for Director of Marketing
Clayton & McKervey, a certified public accounting and business advisory firm helping growth-driven companies compete in the global marketplace, is pleased to announce that four senior accountants have been promoted to tax managers. The announcement of the new tax manager promotions was made by Clayton & McKervey President Rob Dutkiewicz, CPA, and includes the following:
Tarah Ablett, CPA helps clients in the integrators industry take advantage of the research and experimentation credit. She works with large international consolidated groups of entities to fulfill the many required federal, state and foreign compliance filings. The Rochester Hills resident received her B.S. in Accounting from Oakland University in 2006.
Miroslav Georgiev, CPA, is the team lead of Clayton & McKervey’s state and local tax practice. Helping inbound and outbound clients with an international focus to succeed, he is involved in tax planning as well as structuring and compliance—and has experience in the private equity/venture capital industry. He received his bachelor’s degree in Accountancy and his Masters in Taxation (MST) from Walsh College and lives in Rochester Hills.
Eric Lin, CPA, works closely with foreign inbound and outbound clients to help them with their tax and accounting needs, ensuring that their foreign filings are in compliance. He received his Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) from Eastern Michigan University and is a resident of Oakland Township.
Ruben Ramirez, CPA, is part of the transaction advisory group focusing on tax due diligence, deal structuring, business valuation, and related tax planning. He assists owners of closely held pass-through businesses to achieve their tax objectives while managing their ongoing compliance needs. Ramirez received his B.S. in Business Administration–Finance from Wayne State University and his M.S. in Finance from Walsh College. He is accredited in business valuations (ABV) and resides in Dearborn.
“We are pleased to acknowledge these impressive young leaders in their new role as tax managers,” Dutkiewicz said. “Tarah Ablett, Miroslav Georgiev, Eric Lin, and Ruben Ramirez have done outstanding work for our clients, and we look forward to their ongoing commitment to achieving success.”
In addition, Dutkiewicz announced that Denise Asker, formerly the Director of Marketing, will take on added responsibility in practice growth for the firm. Reflecting the expanded role, her new title is Director of Marketing & Practice Growth. Asker is responsible for initiating activities that support long-term relationships with clients, future clients, chambers of commerce, economic development partners, and business associates, in addition to the delivery and execution of a marketing strategy that supports the firm’s brand and public image.