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Mark Patrick, Jacksonville CPA and tax accountant

Mark R. Patrick, CPA

Mark Patrick has been a Jacksonville CPA since 1976. In 1982, after seven years experience practicing in two local firms, he established his own practice, offering comprehensive services to clients in diversified industries.

Concurrently, he was appointed vice president-finance with an emerging software company, but by 1986 his client base had grown and he began working exclusively with his CPA firm.

Mr. Patrick received his formal training through a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Valdosta State University in 1971 and an MSBA from Boston University in 1974, along with additional post graduate classes. He’s a member of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the National Society of Tax Professionals.

In addition, Patrick & Robinson CPAs’ high standards were recognized in 2004 when the firm was selected as Northeast Florida’s only member of CPAConnect, a nationwide network of proven CPAs that handles local and national accounting needs.

During his years of practice, Mr. Patrick has served his industry, community and church in a variety of ways. As a frequent discussion leader with the North Florida Small Business Development Center, a program of the Small Business Administration, he’s offered professional assistance to emerging businesses, and served as president of the Small Business Resource Network. He also founded the CPA Club of Jacksonville.

Mr. Patrick has served as chairman and finance chairman of his church board, and more than two decades as the North Florida District treasurer, offering administrative leadership through pastoral transitions and large fund-raising campaigns.

Adam Robinson, Jacksonville CPA and tax accountantAdam M. Robinson, CPA

A licensed CPA since 1988, Adam Robinson is a Jacksonville-born financial professional with hands-on business and technical experience in a variety of industries. His experience and skills enable him to understand the issues facing businesses and provide guidance for their financial operations.

After graduating from Episcopal High School in Jacksonville, Mr. Robinson earned his accounting degree from the University of Richmond in 1987. While working full-time, he earned his MBA from the University of North Florida in 1994.

Mr. Robinson’s professional career spans more than 25 years in accounting and finance. He leveraged his expertise by starting his own business of providing controllership services to businesses. While operating his business, he met Mark Patrick and they began working together on several joint projects. In the summer of 2002, Mark Patrick and Adam Robinson formed the CPA firm, Patrick & Robinson, LLC.

Mr. Robinson is a member of the Small Business Resource Network, the Florida Institute of CPAs, and JAX Chamber, where he’s served as Trustee and president of two Chamber Councils, South Council and Health Council.

Timothy P. Raines, CPA, Jacksonville CPA and tax accountantTimothy P. Raines, CPA

Tim Raines joined P&R in 2012 as tax manager. His experience is significant and far-reaching. He graduated from the University of West Florida with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s in accountancy, with an emphasis in taxation.

He’s held experience in all levels of accounting, including training and supervising staff, reviewing tax projects, performing complex tax research and fostering and maintaining client relationships from beginning to end.

Mr. Raines’ current clients are owners of businesses that range in size from small, single owner/operator entities to large conglomerates operating in all 50 states and internationally. He established a niche working with high net-worth individuals who maintain complex corporate and business arrangements, giving him the opportunity to become proficient in alternative engagements, such as large estates and litigation support.

Having started his academic education with a scholarship for advanced technology, Mr. Raines never lost his passion for computers. He assists many clients with evaluating their individual technological needs and manages P&R’s use of technology. A few years ago he was named one of CPA Technology’s Top 40 CPAs under 40.

Mr. Raines has been a long-time member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is a past president of the Jacksonville Chapter of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA). He served on the FICPA Personal Financial Planning and the State Taxation committees, where he served as chair of the Estate and Financial Planning Annual Conference.

When he isn’t attending or presenting various courses and seminars, Mr. Raines spends his time with Stefanie, his wife of 22 years, and their 3 children: Emory Paul, Andrea Faith and Gianna Grace. He’s also involved with various church and civic activities.


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Frequently Asked Questions


Are there any benefits to filing early? And what happens if I file after the deadline?


Filing before April can make your tax refund come back faster, but filing too close to the deadline could cost you money.



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