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6 Concourse Parkway, Suite 600 | Atlanta, GA 30328

Matthew Frooman is a Member in the Tax Division of  Warren Averett where his practice includes a wide variety of business and individual client matters. In addition, he is a Technical Compliance Firm Best Practices Leader. He has extensive experience with income tax compliance and planning for corporations, partnerships, trusts and individuals, including having worked with a number of multi-state and inbound and outbound foreign business clients, many with heavy capital and/or personnel investments. Some of Matthew’s special projects have included detailed analysis and mediation relating to litigation support (including divorce) matters, purchases and sales of businesses and Internal Revenue Service examinations. Additionally, he has led the roll-out of various specialized tax services for the Firm in conjunction with alliance partners, such as cost segregation studies, Georgia retraining tax credits and Section 412i defined benefit plans. He’s particularly adept at locating and executing opportunities to amend new clients’ prior tax returns for tax refunds, and at identifying improved tax filing positions on a current and ongoing basis for continued tax savings. Clients have called him “tenacious” in his approach to finding the best results for them. They value the creativity and acumen he brings to the table, along with his integrity and commitment to the Firm’s 5-STAR client service. Matthew resides in Atlanta with his wife of 30 years, and they have four children and one grandson.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Accounting
Clemson  University, Clemson, SC

Master of Accountancy
Clemson University, Clemson, SC

Professional Affiliations

  • Certified Commercial Investment Managers
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants

Ask Me About

  • My happiest clients and why they are so happy
  • The biggest tax savers I’ve found for clients
  • What being a profit center for a client means
  • What it was like playing tennis for a Top Ten college program while studying accounting and raising a family
  • Being a grandparent at age 47