Terri joined our firm in 2018, heading our Taxation Department. She is responsible for tax services including tax planning, tax research, tax compliance and special projects. Terri's key expertise includes corporate tax compliance for medium to large corporations and corporate consolidations. At our firm, she specializes in small business taxation in addition to taxes and financial statements for clients in the oil and gas industry.
Prior to joining the firm, Terri worked for the PGA Tour, Inc., handling corporate and non-profit tax compliance. She also has experience in public accounting.
Terri attended Ferris State University, earning a Bachelor of Science in accounting. She is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in Michigan and Florida and is also a member of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
In her time outside of the office, Terri participates in a variety of outdoor activities. She also enjoys running and traveling.
Contact Terri: firstname.lastname@example.org
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