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Rebekah LoVellette is a member of the firm’s Construction & Real Estate group and serves construction contractors through audit, reviews, compilations, and agreed-upon procedures. Rebekah also is a member of the firm’s Employee Benefit Plan Audit Group, bringing her ample experience and knowledge to pension, profit sharing, and employee benefit plan audits. She also has experience in working with commercial services organizations and manufacturing and distribution clients.

Rebekah holds herself to a high standard to ensure her clients are served in the best manner possible. She understands establishing a good relationship is essential in order to become a trusted advisor to her clients.

CPA – State of Ohio
Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants
BA, Accounting, University of Cincinnati

Certifications & Licensure

CPA – State of Ohio

Professional Affiliations

Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants

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BA, Accounting, University of Cincinnati

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CSH Adds Talent with Rolfes & Swisher Team

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5 Tips to Optimize Your Working Capital 

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Construction Business Owners: Two Accounting Mistakes to Avoid

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6 Fundamentals of Not-For-Profit Financial Management

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Not-for-Profits and Gift Card Donations: Bookkeeping Best Practices

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Ohio State Auditor Warns to Stay Vigilant Amidst Rise in BEC Schemes

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