Gilliam Coble & Moser proudly provides accounting, tax, and retirement plan services to clients in North Carolina, across the region and throughout the country with offices in Greensboro and Burlington.
Since 1946, our mission has been to understand our clients’ particular circumstances and deliver exactly the expertise they need to reach their objectives.
Our key areas of industry expertise include manufacturing, privately held businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Having serviced these types of clients for so many years, we have developed a deep understanding of the specific challenges they face.
Featuring extensive assurance, tax and business advisory knowledge, along with specific expertise in international taxation, business valuation, retirement plan administration services, and family wealth planning. We offer exactly what you need to succeed.
Our team was founded on the principles of integrity, relationships, growth and commitment.” We continually reinvest our time and resources in process improvement. Our clients stay with us for years and years — and our employees do, too.
The North Carolina tax on mill machinery and mill machinery parts and accessories is repealed effective July 1, 2018 for sales and purchases occurring after such date. The 1% privilege tax, capped at $80 [...]
The risk of internal fraud within a Not-for-profit Organization is much more severe than most people would think. Often there are financial issues or obligations that prevent Nonprofits from spending a sufficient amount of [...]
On December 11, 2017, the Triad Business Journal selected GCM’s Joy Klenke as one of this year’s honorees in the annual 40 Leaders Under 40 awards program. The 40 Leaders Under 40 awards program recognizes individuals [...]
On Friday, September 22, 2017 Gilliam Coble and Moser participated in North Carolina's CPA Day of Service which is an event hosted by the North Carolina Association of CPAs. Nearly six years ago, one [...]
During the month of October Gilliam Coble and Moser held a few fundraisers within the firm to raise money for JDRF. The fundraisers included a Penny War between the audit, tax, retirement plan, and [...]