As the owner of YRL Group, John oversees our operations and is responsible for our service quality and delivery. His expertise includes tax services and Web-based accounting. Prior to starting YRL Group, John worked for KPMG Peat Marwick and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maine (in the tax department).
John is a member of the New Hampshire Society of Accountants. He attended Northeastern University, earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting and business management. John also attended Bentley University, graduating with his master’s degree in taxation.
When he’s not serving YRL Group clients, John enjoys hockey and traveling.
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