GBQ, a Top 100 tax, accounting and consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Jeff Monsman, JD, Director, State & Local Tax Services, has been named a partner within the firm.

Since joining GBQ in 2011, Jeff has emerged as a leading expert in state and local tax services, specializing in intricate areas such as multistate sales/use taxes and real/personal property taxes. Serving as the driving force behind GBQ’s unclaimed property service offering, Jeff’s experience also extends to strategic audit defense, detailed refund claims, proactive transaction planning and tax compliance. His impact is evident across diverse industries, where he applies a comprehensive approach to navigate complex tax regulations and provide strategic insights for transactional matters.

Seven individuals, including Ed, have been promoted to the coveted partner position, marking the largest partner class in the firm’s history. “We are pleased to welcome this dedicated group of seven professionals to the partnership,” said Darci Congrove, Managing Director. “Each of these individuals embodies our core purpose of empowering the growth of our people, our communities and our clients’ businesses. They have diverse career backgrounds and experiences that make GBQ better prepared to empower our clients, deliver exceptional service, help guide and mentor our professionals and serve as leaders in their communities. I am excited to see how they will continue to drive growth and innovation for the firm in 2024 and beyond.”


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