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Susan Rickert supports individual and business clients across the country in a wide range of industries including healthcare, hospitality, technology and rental real estate. As a QuickBooks Proadvisor, she excels in implementing and improving accounting systems, and helps small business owners confidently navigate their bookkeeping and compliance with income, payroll, and sales and use tax requirements.

Susan’s expertise includes the preparation, review and analysis of corporate and individual tax returns and financial statements. She also provides grant management and compliance services to not-for-profit clients.

Certifications & Licensure

CPA – State of Michigan CPA – State of North Carolina

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants

Community Activities

Education

BBA, Production Operations Management, Magna Cum Laude, Eastern Michigan University BA, Spanish, Magna Cum Laude, Eastern Michigan University

Industry & Service Specialization

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Proposed regulations for inherited IRAs bring unwelcome surprises

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