Amy has more than 13 years experience in accounting and tax, with extensive experience in small business issues and the use of QuickBooks and Quicken. She is a QuickBooks ProAdvisor. Amy earned her BA in Accounting in 2000 from Midwestern State University and her CPA designation in 2005. She has previously worked in the accounting and tax departments of a medium size CPA firm.
Amy joined Wilhelm & Associates, Ltd. in 2007 and performs a variety of tax and accounting work with the firm's customers. Her experience and focus area of expertise are accounting evaluations, tax preparation for corporate and individual customers, and tax projections.
Outside the office, Amy stays busy with her three young sons. Her husband is an Air Force pilot and officer, stationed at Edwards AFB, CA. They are an energetic family and enjoy camping and the outdoors.
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