Loggins & Associates PC, Jonesboro accounting firm has been boasting a new name and logo for a few months now: Loggins Kern & McCombs Some of you may be wondering what’s up with the new name and what does it all mean.
The name change recognizes the new partners in the firm, Miranda Kern and Gina McCombs. “Both Miranda and Gina have been involved in the firm’s strategic planning and decision-making for some time now,” said the firm’s founding partner and president, Ben Loggins. “They have been instrumental in guiding the day-to-day operations of the firm, and I am thrilled to recognize their contributions in a more formal way by making them partners and adding them to the name of the firm.”
Having been affiliated with Ben Loggins since 1981, Miranda Kern, CPA, has been a part of the firm since its early inception. Before receiving her BBA from The University of Georgia in 1982, Miranda served as receptionist at the firm. After receiving her CPA license, she moved through the ranks due to a deep understanding of complex tax law and the needs of her clients. Miranda shared that, “after working with Ben Loggins since the early 80s, it is gratifying to now have my name on the company. I am honored to be joining Ben in directing the future growth of our firm.” Miranda resides in Stockbridge with her husband Brian and daughters, Morgan and Sarah.
Gina McCombs, CPA and native of Richmond, Kentucky, moved to Clayton County in 1982. She resides in Jonesboro with her husband, Jon, and son, Christopher. Gina attended Eastern Kentucky University, and she received her BBA from West Georgia College in Carrollton, Georgia and has been associated with Ben Loggins since 1985. Commenting on her recent role, “I am tremendously excited about helping to guide the firm to new heights, as well as take on a greater leadership role in the company.” Gina is also a graduate of Leadership Clayton and has served on the Board of Directors of A+ for Clayton County.
Ben Loggins added, “I am very grateful that both Miranda and Gina are willing to take on this challenging new role. I have relied on their expertise and knowledge since they joined in the firm over 30 years ago. I have great confidence in their ability to lead and succeed with the firm that they have helped build.”