George H. Brock, CPA
Founder & CEO
George Brock graduated from Clemson University in 1974 with a B.S. in Financial Management. Upon graduation, he initially worked for the largest CPA firm in Western North Carolina but he returned to SC to establish a CPA practice in 1976. At 25 years of age, George was the youngest CPA to open a practice in the state. In 1993, he became CEO of a bookstore gift distribution business and expanded it to all 50 states and several countries. In 1999, he handed the business over to his associates and returned to his first love, public accounting. Since returning, he has focused in the areas of individual & corporate tax resolution. He enjoys solving tax problems and has become adept at working with the IRS.
Larry Long, MBA
Director of Tax Resolutions
Larry has 3 years experience in the tax resolutions field and is the Director of Tax Resolutions. He has a B.A. from Purdue and an M.B.A. in Finance from Harvard. His varied business career includes stints as the division CEO or COO of various Fortune 500 corporations. He is a special adviser to the chairman of the Connecticut Cancer Foundation and has served on the board of Ronald McDonald House Charities in Greenville, SC.
Director of Client Services
Sarah serves as Director of Client Services. She has a B.S. in Business Administration from River State College in Florida. Prior to working with BTS, she was a quality control manager at a major health care receivable company. She excels in utilizing tools and programs privy to our firm to develop options to minimize their tax liability. She ensures that our clients never pay more tax than they need to.
Vince Rizzo, EA
Vince is an Enrolled Agent (EA) with a B.S. in Accounting from La Roche College in Pittsburg. For many years he served as a Loss Mitigation Analyst with Bank of America. Subsequently, he worked with his father, a 20 year IRS veteran, in an accounting practice. Vince is an IRS negotiator and tax resolution preparer.
offer in compromise specialist
Shannon works on corporate Offers in Compromises. Corporate OICs are a specialized area for companies that are behind in payroll taxes. Corporations can settle for much less even if the taxes involve unpaid payroll taxes. She is in the final stages of earning a Masters in Accounting with honors from Clemson University. She lives with her French Basset, Snoopy.