As a Partner and Head of the Frazier & Deeter Audit Department, Jeremy Jones contributes more than 20 years of public accounting experience to the growth of the audit and assurance practice of Frazier & Deeter. His effective problem solving, leadership and communication skills strengthen his ability to perform, review and supervise client engagements.
Jeremy has worked with a variety of institutions, assisting clients with establishing internal controls over financial reporting, analyzing financial trends, and budgeting and forecasting, as well as performing, reviewing, and supervising audits and other attestation engagements. Jeremy has worked as an accounting expert in legal disputes to help determine adjustments to purchase prices or amounts owed under legal agreements. Jeremy also leads our firm’s efforts in performing financial due diligence on acquisition targets for potential acquirers and consulting on due diligence matters with companies that are acquisition targets.
Jeremy’s industry expertise includes the areas of manufacturing and distribution companies, energy marketing companies, construction contractors, trucking companies, automobile dealerships, service companies, software developers, non-profit organizations, government contractors, and real estate developers and operators.
Jeremy is a member of the firm’s Retail, Manufacturing & Distribution Industry Group, Real Estate, Construction, and Hospitality Group, and Service Industry Group. Within these groups, he focuses on auditing and consulting with various clients on matters unique to these industries.
Professional and Civic Organizations
Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
University of Georgia Alumni Association
University of Georgia J.M. Tull School of Accounting Advisory Board
Marietta Mentoring for Leadership – Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Treasurer
Leadership Atlanta, Class of 2016
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 1997.