Sally joined our firm in 2015. Her responsibilities include individual income tax planning and preparation, exempt organization tax preparation, bookkeeping, financial statement preparation, and sales tax return preparation. Prior to joining our firm full time she completed an internship with our firm while in college.
Sally earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in public accounting and business administration at Coe College. She is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Iowa Society of CPAs. In the community, Sally is involved with Fort Madison Young Professionals.
Sally is married and has two playful wire fox terriers. Outside of the office, Sally enjoys reading and participating in local 5K runs and triathlons.
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