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Milinovich & Co. Inc. was established in 1949 by the late Michael A. Milinovich, Sr., CPA, and has been providing accounting services for more than 65 years.

Moving to Waynesburg in 1949, Michael A. Milinovich Sr., left Price Waterhouse & Co. to accept a teaching position in accounting at then Waynesburg College. Concurrently, he opened his CPA firm, which grew quickly and became his sole focus in 1952. All of his sons worked at the firm and learned...

"THE MILINOVICH WAY OF DOING BUSINESS: INTEGRITY, ACCURACY, AND COMPLETENESS."

These guiding principles have led the family since that time.

In 1998, Thomas G. Milinovich was one of the first CPA’s in Pennsylvania to open a Registered Investment Advisor company, to complement the services provided by the CPA firm. This action allowed his Certified Financial Planner designation to be fully utilized as he served the people of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Milinovich & Co., Inc. RIA has grown and now is the family flagship which serves its community.




Thomas G. Milinovich serves as President and Financial Services Director of Milinovich & Co., Inc., an RIA firm located in Waynesburg, PA. His duties include tax, financial planning and investment management services.

Tom is a graduate of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA., with a Bachelors of Science Degree in accounting. A CPA since 1973, he is licensed in Pennsylvania. He has been a Certified Financial Planner® since 1992, and his accounting firm became a Registered Investment Advisor in January 1998. Tom has passed the Series 66 exam of the NASD.

He is a member of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Institute of Certified Financial Planners. He has served as a member of the PICPA’s Personal Financial Planning Committee.

In the past he has served as an instructor for both the AICPA and PICPA on various tax and financial planning topics. He has also written tax and financial planning articles for the Pennsylvania CPA Journal.

His volunteer service began in 1971 when he became a member of the Waynesburg Rotary Club. After holding many offices in the club, including president in 1975, he became active with Rotary at the district level where he served on several committees and held the office of District Secretary – Treasurer from 1977 to 1980. In 1983, he was elected as District Governor of District 733. After serving as District Governor he become active with Rotary Foundation and served as the District Chairman for many years.

Beginning in 2001 when the Community Foundation of Greene County, PA was formed Tom wanted to use the Rotary Foundation experience along with his non-profit accounting experience to volunteer to be on the first expanded board of the organization. From that date until the present, he has been continuously involved with the Community Foundation as a board member, officer, or committee member. He is currently the Treasurer and Chair of the Finance Committee as well as an instructor for their Community Builders Program.

He is married to his wife Debra and they have two adult children and four grandchildren.

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Mike started working in his Dad’s CPA firm at an early age. In sixth grade, his first professional duties were to assist in auditing tax duplicates for the local schools and municipalities. It was there he learned of his drive to help people along the journeys of life. Feeling compelled to further deepen his service to people, he left the CPA firm in 1988 to pursue theological studies at Asbury in Wilmore Kentucky. While enrolled in classes, he continued his work in the auditing field and was assigned to perform the audit of the Lexington Clinic Health system’s pension plans. There he learned the intricacies and nuances of pension plans.

Upon completion of his Master in Divinity degree (MDiv) he became ordained by the Western Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church and pastored in West Newton for seven years, and then in Monongahela for ten years. During this time, he also served as the Secretary of the Conferences’ Board of Pensions for over 12 years. This work was pivotal in the direction he would soon take professionally.

After starting the On-Call Chaplain Ministry at Monongahela Valley Hospital in 2006, Mike accepted the position at the Hospital to become its Pension and Benefit Coordinator in 2010. There he had the unique opportunity to transition the 1,200 active employees from a defined benefit pension to several different types of 401(k) pension plans, while still maintaining a relationship with another 2,000 people, current and future retirees, with their benefits. It was there he learned how difficult it was for people to understand the language of pensions and investing. It was frustrating for him to not be able to help people decide what course of action to take because of fiduciary and liability constraints. He continued his professional development during this time by becoming a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and later studying for and passing the Series 65 Uniform Investment Advisor Law Examination through the North American Securities Administrators Association.

At the urging of his brother, Mike decided to rejoin the family firm in 2014, this time as an Investment Advisor Representative. Because of his life experience, and heartfelt need to help people, Mike studied and achieved the designation of Retirement Income Certified Professional in 2015. This action completed the circle of his professional life and ministry. Fully understanding the complexities of life, family needs, retirement income, asset protection and taxability issues, he feels well suited to work and help people through these sometimes murky and choppy waters.

Mike is married to his wife Cathy and they have three children and 8 grandchildren.

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