Millennium Magazine_9th Ed

182 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine through which he could live comfortably with his family, Mr. Benjamin became a licensed insurance agent in 1976 and received a firearms manufacturer’s license in 2007. Civically involved as well, he is active as an Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Benjamin attributes his career success to his desire to make a difference in his clients’ lives, as well as impact his clients’ lives in a positive manner. In light of the coronavirus pandemic, he has been working solely on tax planning and business coaching. He has a particular interest in individuals who want to open nonprofit businesses, including those for stroke awareness. Looking forward, he intends to ride the wave of success with his wife and family by his side. Mr. Benjamin has two loving daughters and one granddaughter. At the inception of his career in 1966, Clifford H. Benjamin Jr. was one of the founders of a retail gun shop, introducing him to the field of business. Departing from active operations in 1976, he simultaneously delved into the field of finance and insurance, serving as vice president of Management South from 1976 to 1978, and founded Accurate Tax & Accounting from 1978 to 1991. Due to the advent of electronic filing of income tax returns, Mr. Benjamin founded Express Tax of America, Inc., which he still operates to this day. From 1981 to 1987, Mr. Benjamin participated withWarner Earhart & Associates, which he cites was a transformative part of his life and career. Utilizing his newfound skills, he served as chief executive officer of Express Tax of America, Inc. Likewise, he has been the owner of Better Firearms Design for a number of years. Emphasizing that his career path, particularly his own businesses, have become a forum CLIFFORD H. BENJAMIN JR. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Express Tax of America, Inc., D/b/a Max Refunds Express Deleon Springs, FL FINANCE AND INSURANCE