Our Corporate Culture

We are proud of the ability of our staff and professional team to bring a wealth of fresh ideas, new approaches, strategies and solutions to our clients.

We attract individuals who can bring exceptional credentials and practical experience to our firm. We have an environment that is conducive to innovative thinking. People with sharp minds, creative talent, and a drive for excellence are attracted to GGG because we foster a culture of creativity and outside-the-box thinking. We continually reward excellence and hard work.

Many of our professionals have won prestigious awards, been honored by their peers, and recognized for being at the top in their field. Many are mentors, consultants, advisors, lecturers and authors. Many are called upon to share their experience and expertise with colleges, and future generations of tax and accounting professionals.

We are committed to the community we service. We look for opportunities that make a difference in the quality of life of our employees, our clients, and our community. Our members and staff are encouraged to give of themselves and to share their knowledge and talent with organizations that make the world a better place in which to live. As a result, many partners and professionals serve on non-profit boards and contribute generously to community and charitable organizations, especially those focused on health, education, and community welfare.

We have a deep respect for the environment, and are continuously upgrading to the latest technology to increase productivity and reduce waste.

We are not a company of silence. We are a company of debate and discussion. We are a company of thinkers and doers. We strive for excellence, knowing that it never goes out of style, rather, it reawakens in each new generation. We love what we do, which is working hard for our clients, and making a difference in the world around us.

“You can rely on the established knowledge and experience of GGG professionals to understand your needs and exceed your expectations.”