Gregory A. Miller, CPA/PFS, CVA

As a partner, Greg works with his clients to help them reach their business and financial goals. He oversees accounting and auditing engagements and is very active in tax and other planning for business clients and their owners.

Greg builds trusting relationships. Clients rely on his guidance to help with business decisions ranging from the negotiation of financing packages to planning the transition of a family business to the next generation. He has earned a reputation for being a valuable resource in consulting with business owners and individuals to achieve successful results.

Greg began his career with the firm in 1991. He has held several leadership roles within the firm including Accounting and Auditing Department Head and Chair of the Quality Control Committee. Being active in the community is important to Greg. He is on the board of the Small Business Council of Rochester where he serves as Treasurer and chair of the ‘SBC Cares’ program. Greg also serves as a board member and Treasurer of the Rochester Rotary Charitable Trust. He was a recipient of the Rochester Business Journal’s ‘Forty Under 40’ award in 2005.

Get to know the "real me"...

Greg is married to Caroline and has three children: Ryan, Sean and Megan. Along with Caroline, he has enjoyed family time, raising the kids, summer vacations to California and Hawaii, and, of course, cheering on the kids at their sporting activities including hockey, football, lacrosse and dance.

Away from the office, Greg also enjoys nightly walks with the family dog ‘Indy’. The joke around the house is that the dog’s name should be ‘Shadow’ because he is always at Greg’s side. Other interests include reading fiction novels, biking, yardwork and downhill skiing when time permits during tax season. He is a suffering Buffalo Bills (maybe this year?) and Sabres (in Jack we trust) fan.

Something you may not know about Greg:

Greg has been skydiving – twice! Along with friends, he voluntarily jumped out of a plane two times before his children were born. Each jump was a great experience of conquering fear with the reward of a beautiful and peaceful flight back to the ground.