Paul Berryhill promoted to Tax Partner

Reynolds, Bone & Griesbeck (RBG) is pleased to announce that Paul Berryhill has been promoted to tax partner. Berryhill previously served as Senior Manager for RBG’s tax department. In his six years with the firm, Berryhill has distinguished himself as a solid mentor to RBG’s young tax professionals and as an authority in the taxation of business entities including state and local, international and multi-state taxation. 


“Paul’s knowledge and experience has been a key part of RBG’s tax practice,” said managing firm member, John Griesbeck. “His international tax experience, knowledge of complex tax issues and his ability to mentor and inspire our staff is a tremendous asset and we look forward to Paul’s continued growth and success as a tax partner.”


Berryhill joined RBG in December 2008 after beginning his career with a large international accounting firm. Since then, he has played an integral role in RBG’s tax practice. Berryhill provides tax and consulting services to a variety of clients with a concentration in federal, state and international taxation of small and large entities and family enterprises, bank taxation, insurance brokerages, individual tax compliance and planning, mergers and acquisitions and federal and state tax controversies. He has been instrumental in bringing new tax engagements to the firm and serving RBG’s business clients. Berryhill shares RBG’s dedication to growing and inspiring young professionals, always making time to coach and mentor RBG’s tax staff. 


“Paul has been truly instrumental in my growth as a professional,” said CPA, Rebecca Jacobs. “He has taken the time to develop a relationship with each of his staff members, going beyond a traditional boss and being a true mentor and friend; someone we can turn to for all matters, both professional and personal. His support is extremely rare and invaluable, and one of the real treasures of working at RBG.”


Berryhill is a graduate of Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Accountancy and Masters of Taxation. He is licensed to practice in Tennessee and Mississippi and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Federal Taxation Committee. He is an avid supporter of the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis, Christ United Methodist Church and the Memphis Maroon Club.

Ali Sinkular highlights firm’s commitment to unparalleled client service

Reynolds, Bone & Griesbeck is pleased to announce the addition of Ali Sinkular as Audit Partner. Sinkular brings more than 20 years of extensive experience in the public accounting sector along with a reputation for stellar client service.


Sinkular’s understanding of Yellow Book audits and her experience in providing special project assistance to publicly held companies adds another area of service to RBG. She also brings a depth of knowledge and skill in auditing broker-dealers, manufacturing and distribution entities, nonprofits, colleges and universities and employee benefit plans. Sinkular highlights RBG’s commitment to helping its clients achieve more efficient operation, stronger financial structure and improved accounting and administrative controls.


“Ali’s experience with manufacturing and distribution clients, as well as non-profits and employee benefit plans, meshes well with our client base,” said managing firm member, John Griesbeck. “With her impressive background and her reputation for excellent client service, we are excited to have her as a part of the RBG family.”


Sinkular was with the Memphis office of a national firm for eight years before making the move to a regional firm where she served as its first female partner for seven of her 12 years there. In 2013, she left public accounting to become a CFO in the private sector. But her desire to work with clients has now brought her back to public accounting. 


Sinkular is a graduate of Delta State University with a bachelor of science in business administration and accountancy. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance and is a participant of Women on the Move. Sinkular is on the finance committee for Girl Scouts Heart of the South and serves on the executive committee of the board of directors of the Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County.