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Scott is originally from Connecticut and currently resides in Simpsonville, SC. Scott earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Connecticut, and is a Certified Public Accountant. Scott has spent the last six years working at publicly traded companies, focusing on SEC reporting, internal financial reporting, accounting guidance research and implementation, and consolidations. Prior to working in industry, Scott spent five years as an auditor with RSM LLP. Scott also holds an undergraduate certificate in Forensic Accounting from Post University. When Scott is not in the office, you can find him on the golf course, at the beach, refereeing basketball, watching UCONN basketball, or spending time with his wife and dogs.
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