Guy Nicio joined Windes in 1998 and is a partner in the firm’s Tax & Accounting Department. His professional experience is in tax planning and consulting for mid-size and small businesses, as well as tax compliance for corporations, partnerships, and individuals. He has extensive experience working with closely held businesses, pass-through entities and their owners.
Nicio serves a wide variety of clients in the real estate, construction, manufacturing, professional services, healthcare, and restaurant industries, as well as high-net-worth individual clients. He leads a team of full-charge bookkeepers, consultants, and QuickbooksPro Advisors, and offers clients complete home and business office solutions. Nicio has been one of the firm’s top new partner contributors in growing the practice with multiple years of double digit percentage growth stemming from the later years of establishing a successful network and reputation as a senior manager.
Nicio is an exemplary professional and role model for the firm and community. He is dedicated to continuous development of his expertise, has made significant contributions to the growth of the firm, and has been an instrumental leader in enhancing the firm’s culture. A year ago, Nicio was the keynote speaker for the Los Angeles Chapter of the International Society of Filipinos in Finance and Accounting. He often provides guidance and inspiration to members of this organization by acting as a role model for aspiring professionals in a minority community. He is also a contributor to various charitable and community causes and participates with organizations close to his heart such as an orphanage in the Philippines, the Ronald McDonald House, and Long Beach Blast.
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