Kelly Nelton joined our firm in 2012. Her responsibilities include preparing financial statements, handling business and individual tax planning and preparation, and conducts audits and reviews. She specializes in individual and business tax returns, compilations, reviews, and audits. Prior to joining our firm, she worked at TD&T Financial Group, P.C.
Kelly earned he Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting and marketing at the University of Northern Iowa. She is also a member of the Iowa Society of CPAs and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In the community, Kelly is involved with Lincoln Elementary PTG.
Kelly is married and has 3 children. Outside of the office, Kelly enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.
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Service-based BusinessesOur skilled team of financial experts have years of experience helping service-based businesses in a wide range of industries successfully manage their day-to-day “back-office” financial operations as well as creating strategic plans for long-term success.
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C corporations are subject to...
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