Greene Finney, LLP has been providing full-service accounting, tax, and consulting solutions to the Greenville community and surrounding areas for more than 16 years. Founded in 1996, our firm was established to help small businesses, government entities, and non-profit clients find success.
We have built our reputation on providing a unique blend of financial savvy, progressive solutions, and exceptional service. With more than 40 years of experience with the Big 4 CPA firms, we combine big-firm expertise with the close, personal attention that only a small firm can offer.
As part of our commitment to client service, we are dedicated to adopting leading technologies to offer convenient solutions that meet the needs of today’s busy client. Our advanced, web-based platform provides you with a personal, secure portal where we deliver documents electronically and share information with you in real-time. And while this technology is available to serve you, it will never replace the close, personal attention that is the core of our business.
BOSS is the answer to your back office headaches. Our cloud-based solution enables you to hand complex accounting tasks over to us. We work the numbers while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
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This month, the spotlight is on Rebekah Gonzalez. Rebekah earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Clemson University and joined the Greene, Finney LLP team as an Administrative Assistant in 2018. Get to know her on a more personal level as she shares some insights on her interests, family and adventures!
It's hard not to be apprehensive about fall this year with many schools reverting to online learning at home for students. But if it helps, you're not alone. Recent statistics show that 51 percent of working parents said they'll be distracted to a "moderate" or "great" degree on days when their kids learn from home, and 42 percent are worried to the same extent about their job security due to the situation.