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Brian Jeter

Bryan Jeter

Bryan Jeter began his training with an undergraduate degree in accounting from Winthrop University and later an MBA with an emphasis in accounting from that same institution. He has 15 years of experience in accounting including work in industry, a multinational public accounting firm, and a local accounting firm. His clients have ranged from Fortune 500 companies to small one-person operations across a wide range of industries. Bryan has been licensed as a CPA in the state of South Carolina since the year 2000.

He serves as a deacon at Redeemer Presbyterian Church and is a member of several civic and business organizations in the Upstate. He is married with two children.

Brian Lloyd

Bryan Lloyd

Bryan Lloyd comes with broad experience in the accounting field. Bryan began his public accounting career by working as a staff accountant from 1992 through 1996. During this time, he gained experience by providing tax, accounting, and auditing services to a variety of small and medium size businesses. Since 1996, he has served as a Controller and Chief Financial Officer for a medium-sized private group of companies located in the Upstate, as well as a Divisional Controller for a publicly traded company.

This unique combination of experience allows Bryan to understand many of the aspects that confront small to medium size businesses. It also helps him as he assists business owners with their financial decisions. In January 2009, Bryan Lloyd joined the firm as a Partner. He looks forward to continuing his career by providing accounting, tax and consulting services to the clients at Lister, Jeter & Lloyd, CPAs, LLC.

“Bryan Jeter was an indispensable asset when we first set up our business. He not only facilitated changing our filing status from an LLC to an S-Corp which decreased our tax liability but also continues to be forward-thinking as our business changes to ensure that we are properly prepared for the future.

∼ Eric Windhauser,

Upstate Insurance