Stephanie joined ACPC in October 2018. She received a BBA and MSA from Western Michigan University. Stephanie became licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in 2016.
Stephanie’s primary focus is providing accounting and tax services for private, closely-held businesses and individuals. She works closely with the team to ensure tax returns are completed in a timely-fashion. In addition, she stays connected to clients throughout the year by providing various accounting, support, and year-end planning services.
Outside of work, Stephanie enjoys just about anything that does not involve cooking. Most of her free time is spent with her husband, young daughter and their two dogs.
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