Alan B. Clements, CPA, Ph.D., Esq.

Bruce Clements, Ph.D, Esq., CPA Associate Professor School of Accountancy Kennesaw State University Dr. Bruce Clements is an associate professor of accounting and taxation in Kennesaw State University's School of Accountancy. Dr. Clements teaching interests include taxation, accounting and valuation of closely held business entities in the Coles College of Business. Bruce is a practicing attorney and certified public accountant, and specializes in legal, tax and business issues affecting small business and individuals, including taxation, business planning, contractual issues and business valuation. His research interests include tax planning and compliance issues impacting businesses and legal issues impacting the valuation of closely held businesses. Bruce received his Ph.D. (Accounting), MBA (Accounting) and BS (Accounting) from the Warrington College of Business, University of Florida, and his Juris Doctor from the Georgia State University College of Law. Prior to joining the faculty at Kennesaw State University, Bruce served on the faculty at the JM Tull School of Accounting at the University of Georgia. His professional experience included work with Deloitte Haskin & Sells (Atlanta, GA), Chevron USA (Walnut Creek, CA), and the Florida Auditor General (Gainesville, FL). He is a member of board and past president of the North Atlanta Chapter of the Georgia Society of CPAs, a member of the State Bars of Georgia, Florida and Alabama, admitted to practice in the United State Tax Court and is a certified public accountant in Georgia. His most recent publications include Taxation of Gains and Losses on Sales of New York Subsidiary Stock (CPA Journal) and Modern Financial Modeling, dedicated to advanced business modeling concepts in Microsoft Excel. Bruce speaks professionally in matters of taxation, accounting, financial modeling and business law.