Soo Lee, CPA

About Me

Soo has over 13 years of experience in publicly traded companies and public accounting firms offering tax, accounting, payroll and advisory services to clients in diversified industries including manufacturing, wholesale/retail businesses, construction, real estate development and investment, banking, finance and professional/legal consulting service. In Particular, when Soo was at Pricewaterhouse Cooper, Soo worked with many foreign owned U.S. companies and advised clients on a broad range of issues including federal and state tax minimization especially through R&D tax credit, determination of the optimal structure for new foreign investments, restructuring and reorganization for existing operations.

Since 2017, Soo extended her expertise into small business accounting and tax areas and has been providing comprehensive services including bookkeeping, payroll, tax planning and strategy, business formation, IRS resolution and income tax return preparation and filings.

Soo also currently serves at Gwinnett Technical College as an instructor and contributes her skills and knowledge of accounting and tax to numerous students in her community.

Soo earned her B.B.A. in Accounting from The Ohio State University and Master of Taxation from Georgia State University. She is a Certified Public Accountant in Georgia and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Brian Kim, CPA

About Me

Brian has over 17 years of experience in public accounting and publicly-traded companies – expertise in assurance services (i.e. audit, review, agreed-upon-procedures, etc.) and financial reporting in diversified industries including manufacturing, distribution, service-type, retail, etc. under US-GAAP and IFRS. When Brian worked for KPMG (Atlanta Office from 2011 to 2019), Brian had various experiences with many foreign-owned U.S. companies where two different financial accounting frameworks were used.

Brian also has corporate accounting experience subsequent to KPMG life – worked for a German-owned U.S. subsidiary (multi-billion revenue) focusing on financial reporting and technical accounting, dealing with external auditors, and establishing a new accounting policy/ procedure for newly announced accounting standards. In the recent years, Brian worked for a publicly-traded company in Korea managing 21 foreign subsidiaries in Sweden, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, Türkiye (Turkey), Bulgaria, China, Brazil, Mexico, and the U.S., where Brian launched a global accounting manual in order to oversee all foreign subsidiaries through one standard.

Brian earned his bachelor’s degree (Accounting major) and Master of Accounting from “the” Ohio State University. Brian is a Certified Public Accountant in two states: Ohio and Georgia and he is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.