Tax associates earn 2016 promotions

WK chairman Jeff Echelmeier recently announced the following promotions among tax associates, effective January 1, 2016. The promotions are the result of each associate’s development in technical proficiency, client service skills and firm leadership.

Rhonda Bowne, CPA Jessica Lehmen, CPA

Rhonda Bowne, CPA, and Jessica Lehmen, CPA, were promoted to the manager level.

Tory Brondel, CPA Kirk Duncan, CPA Rosemary Jacobson, CPA Jason Pax, CPA Chris Schneider, CPA, CVA

Tory Brondel, CPA, Kirk Duncan, CPA, Rosemary Jacobson, CPA, Jason Pax, CPA, and Chris Schneider, CPA, CVA, were promoted to the supervisor level.

David Beach, CPA Shelby Graham, CPA

David Beach, CPA, and Shelby Graham, CPA, were promoted to the senior level.

Taylor Allen, CPA Heather Barnhart Caleb Branstetter Kara Holterman, CPA John Sheehan, Jr. Jason Vann

Taylor Allen, CPA, Heather Barnhart, Caleb Branstetter, Kara Holterman, CPA, John Sheehan, Jr., and Jason Vann were promoted to the staff II level.


CLASS, MORRIS JOIN WK MEMBER GROUP. Williams-Keepers LLC is proud to welcome Jon Class, CPA, and Jeremy Morris, CPA, to the member group. The addition of Class and Morris on January 1 brought the total number of WK members to 16.
HOW TO DEDUCT BUSINESS MILES. Do you take advantage of mileage deductions to reduce your taxable income? Which miles you deduct depends largely on whether you can claim a home office deduction or not. Read on to learn how to properly deduct mileage when you use your personal vehicle for business purposes.
EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION: THE EMPLOYER’S RESPONSIBILITIES. By federal law, employers have a responsibility to ensure their employees are eligible to work in the United States, and the government provides two tools for doing so: the Form I-9, which all employers are required to complete, and the E-Verify system, which is optional for some employers and required for others.

Posted 2-29-2016 | Topics: News,