Amy joined LBF Group in the fall of 2015. Amy received a Bachelor in General Studies degree from the University of Michigan, and a Master’s degree in accounting from Walsh College, where she graduated “With Distinction”.
Amy’s experience includes a strong background in Federal and Michigan taxes for individuals and businesses, accounting and financial statement preparation for businesses and their retirement plans, payroll taxes, and dealing directly with IRS and Michigan Department of Treasury agents to resolve clients' tax issues.
Amy is an active member of the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants, where she previously served on the New Professionals Task Force, and currently serves on the Membership Task Force.
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