Peter joined Kinexus CPAs & Advisors in 2017 as a Staff Accountant. His duties include providing bookkeeping, payroll and tax preparation services.
Peter earned a Masters of Accountancy from Western Governors University and a Bachelor of Science of Accounting from Dixie State University.
Peter has worked at a variety of places including interning at Hinton Burdick CPAs as well as his father’s rental car franchise in Arizona.
Peter enjoys spending time with his wife and dog while not at the office. He is originally from Page, Arizona so he has a passion for the Northern Arizona and Southern Utah area. His favorite sport is baseball, and he has a life goal to attend a baseball game at each major league baseball stadium. He has a passion for cars which comes from his time working for his father helping manage a rental car fleet.
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