Mary Beth has been practicing public accounting for more than 30 years. She provides services that include business tax planning, individual income tax planning and preparation as well as accounting and compilation services. She has broad experience working with professional practices and closely held businesses.
Mary Beth initially joined the firm in 1995. In 1999 she took a leave of absence to be a stay-at-home mom and in 2009 rejoined the firm.
Mary Beth graduated from Berry College and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting along with a double minor in business administration and internal auditing. She works remotely from middle Georgia. Mary Beth is married and has two teenagers. She loves taking care of her family and being involved with church, cheering the kids on at their various sports activities and traveling to new and exciting destinations.
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