As Tax Manager, I aim to bring extensive experience to the tax practice of our firm by preparing individual, corporate, partnership, trust, and gift tax returns. I am also versed in fiduciary and traditional accounting services. Over the years, I have been blessed to have built many amazing relationships with our clients and love that they lean on me for a plethora of tax and accounting decisions.
I was born in Kenmore, New York, am married and have a daughter and two grandchildren. My passions include Harley Davidson motorcycles, the beach, fitness, cooking, gardening, and spoiling my grandkids!
I earned a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Central Florida with additional accounting, tax, insurance, and retirement planning courses at Stetson University and University of Central Florida. I met Tom while working at Cardinal Industries in Sanford, FL and we have worked together since 2000.
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