Joining Menke and Company in September 2009, Dottie helps the firm keep pace with the needs of our clients by providing administrative support in a variety of capacities such as reception, document preparation, managing appointments, tax return assembly, bank reconciliations and bill pay for clients.
Prior to joining the Firm, she spent nine years with RSM McGladrey tax office in the same administrative capacity.
In her free time, Dottie enjoys spending time with family, friends and her very spoiled Shi-Tzu.
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Question #1: What tax records can I throw away...
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