Gurholt Named Shareholder at Huberty CPAs and Trusted Advisors
Eric Gurholt has been named a Shareholder at Huberty CPAs and Trusted Advisors. Eric shares, “To be a Shareholder at a firm our size is a great honor. It tells me that, while I’m very committed to the firm and the profession, the firm is also committed to the future of the profession.” Eric Gurholt began his career with Huberty CPAs in fall of 2008. Becoming a Shareholder affirms his view that he’s found the firm he intends grow with for the remainder of his career. “I’m kind of old-school that way,” Eric comments. In this sense, he is a prime example of Huberty’s culture for long-term career growth and opportunities. The growth of Huberty Wealth Management is one of Eric’s top achievements. When he started, the Firm only offered the basic services like investing, IRAs, and Roth IRAs. Through Eric’s leadership, the Firm has expanded to an integrated, holistic financial planning platform. Nathan Volkomener, Managing Shareholder shares, “Eric has the true spirit and vision of an entrepreneur. His dedication to expertise and client service earned him recognition as a member of the Leaders’ Council for 2015 at Cetera Financial Specialists.” Eric looks to the future of Huberty CPAs growth and its clients’ needs. “As our clients grow older, retire, and transition their businesses and wealth, the younger generation is assuming responsibility challenging us to be at the top of our game. Above all else, we are the clients’ trusted advisor, ready to provide solutions to the important issues at-hand,” says Eric. Huberty CPA’s & Trusted Advisors offers services in the areas of Audit & Accounting, Bookkeeping, CFO services, Consulting, Payroll, Quickbooks, Tax, and Wealth Management from its seven office locations located throughout Wisconsin. “Eric is a great resource, who has taken a leadership role in initiating training and mentorship for the Firm’s associates and staff. I look forward to watching Eric continue to grow the wealth management niche as well as Firm profitability,” states Mr. Volkomener.