Aaron Rogers

PARTNER

 

Present Position

  • Staff Accountant

Education

  • Bachelors in Accounting from University of Nebraska at Kearney

What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?

When I am not working, I enjoy being outside when it is nice out. I also enjoy spending time with my wife, family, and friends. Being able to help others is what helps me feel alive and excited.

What is your background?

I grew up in Columbus, Nebraska. I graduated from Columbus High School and the University of Nebraska at Kearney. I was a head manager at Hy-vee before starting at BMG. Several family member have had a great impact on my life. They have taught me how important respect is.

What do you do at BMG?

I am a staff accountant and interact with clients about bookkeeping, payroll, sales, and occupation tax reporting. I try to make clients feel that they are being taken care of with top priority and accuracy.

What are three words to describe BMG?

Professional, kind, organized.

What are the values that drive you?

The values that drive me are honesty and respect.
In auditing, the concept of materiality is, simply, setting a threshold that anything under that threshold won’t materially misstate your financial statements. I try to apply this concept to my entire life – basically, don’t sweat the small stuff!In auditing, the concept of materiality is, simply, setting a threshold that anything under that threshold won’t materially misstate your financial statements. I try to apply this concept to my entire life – basically, don’t sweat the small stuff!Save

In auditing, the concept of materiality is, simply, setting a threshold that anything under that threshold won’t materially misstate your financial statements. I try to apply this concept to my entire life – basically, don’t sweat the small stuff!In auditing, the concept of materiality is, simply, setting a threshold that anything under that threshold won’t materially misstate your financial statements. I try to apply this concept to my entire life – basically, don’t sweat the small stuff!Save