Kevin joined the Complete Payroll family in early 2002 as a licensed property and casualty insurance agent and took on the responsibility of all accounting, Worker’s Compensation and Disability matters for Complete Payroll and their clients. Over the past 15 years, Kevin has spearheaded and designed the infrastructure for the internal Tax and Finance department. Kevin’s vision, determination, and hard work have brought the Complete Payroll internal Tax and Finance department to a new level of sophistication and knowledge. This department has created an opportunity for growth into other, more complex markets as well as provided a strong and reliable foundation for the businesses we serve. Kevin is a transplant from the Catskill Mountain region outside of Albany, NY and graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors from the State University of NY at Oswego with a degree in Business Administration. In addition to Kevin’s role as an executive manager, he is an active member of his local community and Rotary Club. As a managing partner of Complete Payroll, Kevin is intimately involved in the financial health of the Complete Payroll brand as well as arduously working to ensure compliance with all state and federal tax guidelines for Complete Payroll customers.
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