Joe Kristan is the newest regular contributor to Going Concern but he’s been blogging on his own since 2001. For some of you, this predates your own lover affair with the American tax system.
Joe is a shareholder of Roth & Company, P.C. and also serves as the firm’s technical director. He works with a variety of clients on partnership issues, corporate restructurings, and acquisitions.
Between his professional responsibilities and discussing tax deductible sex change expenses and charities founded by pederasts, Joe also manages to find time to teach classes to other tax professionals and write articles for both professional and general publications.
Why do you blog?
Because I can’t golf or play an instrument.
If someone had to read just one post of yours which one would it be?
“Local CPA Firm vows to swallow pride, accept $28 million“
If you’re an accounting blogger you must…
…have understanding or clueless partners
Best Accounting firm we’ve never heard of
Roth Company, P.C. of course! It’s where I work, for starters. Also, we look a lot like a law firm, with 9 shareholders in a staff of about 35, with the non-shareholders weighted towards the highly-experienced. I think it’s a business model suited for an era of difficult tax and accounting rules and advancing technology.