Math LLC provides tax preparation, accounting services and financial consulting for individuals and small businesses.  We hope to make taxes and finance a source of empowerment by providing increased accessibility to a often intimidating field. We aim to create a space where our clients can connect with and support one another through the exchange of goods and services.  

Established in 2006,  Math LLC works with all types of personal and business tax situations, including sole-proprietors, partnerships, corporations, LLCs, and some non-profits. 

Emily Kingan, EA, LTC

Emily Kingan, an Enrolled Agent with the IRS and a Licensed Tax Consultant in the state of Oregon, founded Math LLC in 2006. She found her niche working with individuals and businesses within the DIY creative community of the Northwest. As an artist and musician herself, she loves supporting the community she has been a part of since she moved to Portland in 1994. Kingan has a BA in Mathematics from Reed College. She is a lover of fitness and the outdoors, a language enthusiast, a web developer, and a musician and video artist. She plays in the group, Lovers.


Jenna Goldin, LTP

Jenna Goldin has been a Licensed Tax Return Preparer in Oregon since 2010.  In addition to tax preparation, Jenna offers bookkeeping services and Quickbooks set-up and support.  Her background is in women's studies and psychology.   She started doing taxes to provide low cost, high quality services to self employed people.   She aims to create a supportive and empowering experience for her clients.  After tax season, Jenna spends her time hiking, biking, playing tennis, gardening, camping and surfing.


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Amanda Wiles, LTP

 Amanda Wiles has been a licensed tax preparer since 2014. She has been providing bookkeeping services, Quickbooks set-up/training, and small business consulting since 2001. Amanda has spent many years as a small business owner herself as co-owner of Cherry Sprout Produce. She began offering bookkeeping services in order to help other small business owners, artists, and musicians gain a better understanding of those sometimes hard to grasp financial concepts. Her goal is to share as much knowledge as possible with clients in order to make tax filing as stress-free as it can be. Outside of tax season she enjoys playing music, traveling, camping, fishing, and spending quality time with her friends and two dogs.


Brian Frank has been managing money and providing business strategy and consulting services for more than a decade, working with magazine publishers, booking agencies, state-wide non-profits, land trusts, apparel makers, construction companies, and more. Brian wants his clients to feel fully confident in their understanding of their finances, recognizing how accounting can hinder or empower success. When not partying with spreadsheets and charts of accounts, Brian likes to cook elaborate meals, play complicated board games, and botanize in the Cascade mountains.