Lynn started Lynn A. Gross, CPA LLC in December 2014. She labels herself as the firm manager, visioneeer and garbage emptier. She provides tax and accounting expertise for small businesses, home-based businesses, nonprofits, and contractors.
Lynn earned a BS in Management with an emphasis in Accounting from the University of Texas at Dallas. She has been a Certified Public Accountant since 1991, and has 12 years of experience in public accounting. Her background also includes time spent in the landscape, construction, insurance, church administration and retail consulting industries.
Lynn is very interested in and dedicated to working on breaking the cycle of generational poverty. She currently serves on the board of Community Health Center of McKinney, addressing the needs of individuals in poverty. Lynn also takes an active role in the Prosper Chamber of Commerce by serving as Treasurer on the Board of Directors.
In her free time, Lynn is active in her church and enjoys gardening, traveling, and spending time with her 12 grandchildren. She hails from Alabama and loves SEC college football and the mountains of Tennessee.
Dianne built a very reputable, growing firm in Prosper, Texas and operated Dianne Kerr, CPA for 17 years. She sold her practice to Lynn in November 2014 to move away from the day-to-day management of the practice. Dianne’s responsibilities include monthly and quarterly accounting for many of the clients she has serviced over the years. She specializes in assisting small businesses with understanding their financial statements and preparation of business and individual tax returns. Prior to starting her firm, Dianne worked at a CPA firm in McKinney, Texas.
Dianne earned her Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas Woman’s University. She is also a member of the Texas Society of CPAs. In the community, Dianne is involved with the local food bank, Bethlehem Place, serving as Treasurer.
Dianne is married and has two sons and a wonderful daughter-in-law. Her newest joy in life is spending time with her first grandchild. Outside of the office, she enjoys being outdoors and spending time with family and travelling.
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