Rebecca joined our firm in 2018. As a staff accountant, Rebecca supports our small business department clients with their weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly financial needs. She has 15-plus years of experience in small business accounting with special expertise the transportation, construction and agriculture industries.
Rebecca holds an applied science degree in accounting from Indian River State College and an associate degree in accounting from Broward College. In addition, Rebecca is currently working on her bachelors degree in accounting, with a goal of completing it next year.
In her free time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with family and traveling to new destinations. Her family has a summer tradition of renting a cabin in Lake Lure, North Carolina, where they enjoy swimming, waterfalls, hiking and mountain views.
Contact Rebecca: firstname.lastname@example.org
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