Jeramiah Jenkins (JJ) is the Senior Tax & Audit Associate for GBS and has over 10 years experience. His previous experience before joining GBS includes assistant controller for an auto dealership and corporate tax accountant for a transportation company.
Jeramiah specializes in tax compliance for corporate, partnership, & self-employed businesses. He also generates tax planning strategies for individuals and has extensive knowledge of non-profit & trust returns. In addition to tax compliance, Jeramiah is also the senior auditor in charge for audits of 401k retirement plans.
Jeramiah received a Bachelors Degree in accounting from the University of Utah and a Masters Degree in Taxation from Weber State University. His hobbies are golf, riding ATVs, and photography.
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