Market Street Partners Promotes Joshua Moore To Partner

Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Joshua Moore
Joshua Moore

Market Street Partners, PLLC, a dual-market Chattanooga-based accounting firm, has promoted Joshua Moore, CPA, from senior tax manager to partner. 

“I can’t even begin to explain how much Josh means to us and our clients at Market Street Partners,” said Kyle Bryant, CPA, and founding partner at Market Street Partners. “His commitment to producing thorough, timely, client-focused work is almost impossible to match, and we are thrilled that Josh has decided to take us up on our offer to make him a Partner. This is not only a big step in his own career but also a major win for us and the people we serve.”

For the past two years, Mr. Moore has served as a senior tax manager at Market Street Partners. Prior to joining the Market Street Partners staff, Mr. Moore spent the first decade of his career with two of the largest public accounting firms in the Southeast, specializing in working with pass-through entities in the real estate and investment industries, as well as with closely held businesses and their owners. While at Market Street Partners, Mr. Moore has gained additional experience providing tax compliance and consulting services in real estate, hedge funds, private equity and venture capital funds, manufacturing and distribution, construction and development, and high net worth individuals and families.

In his new role as partner, Mr. Moore will continue as a member of his clients’ teams, helping them reach their goals through tax planning, business and operational planning, and the evaluation of new and unique opportunities. Mr. Moore will also lead the Tax Department of Market Street Partners, overseeing its daily operations.

“I am very excited to share this milestone with the partners and employees of Market Street Partners,” said Mr. Moore. “I am fortunate to have the opportunity to work with such an outstanding group of professionals who are not only dedicated to the success of the firm, but to the success of their clients and communities.  These past two years at Market Street Partners have been truly exceptional, and I eagerly look forward to many more and the opportunities that lay ahead.”


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