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“I love being the person who helps clients leverage their time to focus on their business. Allowing them to trust their tax strategy helps their business grow.”

Gary Voth, CPA, JD

Chairman of the Board, Director, Tax

What I do for Clients

Hi, my name is Gary, and I’ve worked for PKF Texas for 16 years. I have 34 years of experience in accounting. I love working with clients in Private Equity and Venture Capital, Energy and Oilfield Services, Professional Services and Manufacturing and Distribution, focusing on tax consulting for mergers and acquisitions, tax planning and compliance, and consulting for other tax-related matters.

I appreciate my clients by understanding that each one is different, so I aim to be a good listener to learn what’s important to them so we can partner together to reach their goals.

When I’m not at work, you can find me enjoying college sports (especially Sooner football), spending time with my family, or traveling.

“I love being the person who helps clients leverage their time to focus on their business. Allowing them to trust their tax strategy helps their business grow.”

Gary Voth, CPA, JD

Chairman of the Board, Director, Tax

What I do for Clients

Hi, my name is Gary, and I’ve worked for PKF Texas for 16 years. I have 34 years of experience in accounting. I love working with clients in Private Equity and Venture Capital, Energy and Oilfield Services, Professional Services and Manufacturing and Distribution, focusing on tax consulting for mergers and acquisitions, tax planning and compliance, and consulting for other tax-related matters.

I appreciate my clients by understanding that each one is different, so I aim to be a good listener to learn what’s important to them so we can partner together to reach their goals.

When I’m not at work, you can find me enjoying college sports (especially Sooner football), spending time with my family, or traveling.

What does “Appreciating Your Business” mean to you?

To me, it’s bringing empathy to the business setting. It means bringing a human to the table and everything that comes along with being a human. There might be a day when bots perform some of our tasks, or A.I. may even have the ability to learn certain skills and grow on those skills, but they’re not going to be able to replace the human element. I think business needs that.  Ultimately a business appreciates in value when their business finds their connection to how they help a human being and what that human being needs or wants. So, if you can’t bring any level of humanness to the business setting, I just don’t think that business will succeed in the long term. A successful app exists because a human thought that was something that would help their lives. A trucking company is helping bring goods to a human at the end of the day, energy producers make our way of living possible.  That’s what it’s all about.

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