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How Tim got here
- Associate Degree in Accounting from Bartlesville Wesleyan College
- Bachelor of Accounting from St. Cloud State University
- Joined the Smith Schafer Minneapolis practice with the merger of BPK&Z in January 2017
How Tim approaches work
“I like to see businesses become more productive and profitable through the correct use of their technology. I help clients achieve this through the planning of technology expenditures and finding new ways to use their technology to its fullest potential.”
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