Matthew founded Matthew Accounting, PLLC in 2006. Matthew is a graduate of the Michigan State University, School of Business and holds a B.A. in business with a major in accounting. Prior to founding the firm, Matthew worked in finance for Northwest Airlines and practiced accounting with Deloitte & Touche, in Minneapolis.
In addition to managing firm operations, Matthew works closely with clients to implement the most advantageous financial plans, with a high concentration on cost and tax consequences. He also plans and prepares individual and corporate tax returns. Matthew enjoys helping businesses run efficient, healthy, and profitable businesses.
Matthew and his wife, Gina reside in DeWitt with their three children, Everett, Elin and Charlotte. When not at the office, he enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, running, and following MSU sports. In the community, Matthew serves on the DeWitt City Council. He was first appointed to the City Council in 2015 and has served as an elected official for the past two years. Matthew enjoys the opportunity this has given him to positively contribute to the city’s goals, major projects, and strategic planning.
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