Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough, PLLC Welcomes Alan King, CPA

Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Alan King
Alan King

Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough, PLLC, a local accounting firm that has provided accounting, tax planning, management consulting and specialized services since 1981, announced Alan King has joined HHM as supervisor accountant.


Mr. King will be responsible for accounting and tax work with clients, including planning, preparing, and consulting.


“Alan has experience in dealing with a wide range of clients including issues unique to larger manufacturers, such as multi-state taxation and compliance,” said Trip Farmer, CPA, CCIFP, and HHM member.  “This will be an asset to our client base.”


Previous to HHM, Mr. King served as manager at Winter & Scoggins of Dalton, Ga., where he was charged with completing engagements across the full spectrum of accounting services.  Previous to that, he served at McKee Foods as a tax manager who was responsible for income tax compliance.


He is president of the Northwest Georgia Society of CPAs, which coordinates continuing professional education activities and mentors accounting students.


Mr. King earned his master’s degree of accountancy from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, as well as his bachelor of science in business administration.




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