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    Frazier & Deeter Announces Leadership Addition for State and Local Tax Practice

    John Corn has joined the CPA and Advisory firm of Frazier & Deeter as a Principal in the firm’s State and Local Tax (SALT) practice, in the Atlanta office.  Corn is a SALT generalist and specializes in tax credits and discretionary incentives.

    “We are happy to add John’s depth of expertise to our specialized tax services,” said LeighAnn Costley, Partner and Head of the Tax Department of Frazier & Deeter. “Frazier & Deeter serves clients with operations in 48 states who will benefit from John’s expertise.”

    Corn spent the majority of his career in public accounting at Big 4 accounting firms.  Corn was most recently the Director of the State and Local tax practice at one of the largest firms in Atlanta. He specializes in State and Local Tax matters with regard to income/franchise tax, tax credits and incentives, Sales and Use Tax and Property Tax. Earlier in his career he served as the Income Tax Director with the Georgia Department of Revenue.

    “I am delighted to be joining a firm like Frazier & Deeter that has such a strong client service reputation,” said Corn. “I look forward to contributing to the continued successes of this growing firm.”

    Corn earned his Bachelor of Science in Physics at North Georgia College and State University.

    About Frazier & Deeter
    Frazier & Deeter is a nationally recognized top 100 CPA and advisory firm headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with additional offices in Alpharetta, Georgia and Nashville, Tennessee. The firm provides tailored services across a wide range of tax, audit, accounting and advisory needs to achieve each client’s unique financial goals. Frazier & Deeter has been named the #1 Accounting Firm to Work For, the 62ndlargest CPA firm and the 10th Fastest Growing CPA Firm among the top 100 firms in the U.S. by Accounting Today magazine. Frazier & Deeter has also been named a top 25 Best Managed CPA firms in the U.S. by Inside Public Accounting.

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