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Aren Booker joined SGA in 2017. Aren worked for several years in the private sector before he decided to make the transition to public accounting. With both private and public accounting experience, Aren can relate with his clients when it comes to their business and accounting needs.
Before deciding to follow his passion for accounting, Aren’s first career was in the food and beverage industry where he learned that providing excellent customer service is first and foremost for any successful business. Aren takes pride in providing high-level customer service to his clients while working on their accounting needs. Maintaining positive client relationships and understanding client needs is what made Aren’s transition to public accounting a true fit.
Aren is a licensed CPA in the state of Oregon. At SGA he works in all three departments doing tax work, audit work, and assisting businesses with their day to day accounting needs.
Aren was born and raised in Central Oregon and enjoys all that the area has to offer. Aren has two young boys and is pleased to be raising them in Bend where they can explore and play outdoors.
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