At age 17, some kids might have prom, graduation or college on their minds. Kenneth Morris had something a bit more unusual occupying his free time at that age: other people’s taxes.

Growing up in Long Island, N.Y., Morris says he was never a stranger to hard work. His father is a two-time Olympian in bobsledding, who led his son by example. “He taught me about practice, dedication and striving,” Morris says.

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