Traditional solutions are no longer enough as local governments, school systems, and other public agencies face a difficult economy and growing demands on their limited resources. Founded in 1994, Segal CPA is the only CPA firm in the Carolinas that is dedicated exclusively to seeking cost reductions and revenue opportunities without affecting personnel. When the belt has been tightened uncomfortably and cutting jobs is not an option, Segal CPA may help you find the money. Since its founding, Segal CPA has helped clients save or make an additional $150,000,000.
At the helm is Bob Segal, President of Robert S. Segal, CPA PA, with over 35 years of experience in accounting and business. The insight and expertise garnered throughout a career in public accounting and as Chief Financial Officer for several financial institutions allows Bob to deliver effective cost reduction and revenue enhancing solutions to a variety of clients. Bob holds a BS in Business from Kent State University, where he majored in Accounting and Management Science. He is involved a member of a number of professional organizations, including North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, North Carolina Association of Finance Officers, the National Sheriffs Association, and the Government Finance Officer Association. In addition to his role as President of Segal CPA, Bob is a Board Member for NC Rails-Trails and the Piedmont Land Conservatory.
Bob is a Certified Public Accountant. A thorough understanding of finances, taxes, and applicable laws ensures that he can find opportunities for clients to save or make money to which they are rightfully entitled. Bob holds the prestigious CMC designation, awarded by the Institute of Management Consultants USA (IMC USA). Clients are assured that Bob works under a strict code of ethics and internationally-recognized standards of conduct and professionalism.
Bob Segal will work tirelessly to find money for your organization without affecting personnel, disrupting operations, or adding another item to your expense column.