Harry is the firm’s founding partner and has over forty years of diversified public accounting, business management, and consulting experience. He has extensive expertise in working with clients in the hospitality, timeshare and vacation marketing industry, as well as real estate and professional service businesses. He also assists clients with their retirement planning and investments. Harry earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in public accounting at Pace University. He is a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Harry is a board member of the Osceola County Chamber of Commerce and on the advisory committee at City of Life Church. He enjoys travel, golf and spending time with his family.
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