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Elizabeth joined Stroud & Company in 2018, bringing with her over twelve years of experience in public accounting from Charleston, SC. During that time, she specialized in the construction, real estate development, healthcare, and retail automotive industries. She prepares and reviews tax returns for businesses and individuals, and she enjoys helping with problem resolution.
When asked what she likes best about accounting, Elizabeth says “Numbers do not lie, and there is always a correct answer. I like the balance and stability that brings to a business.”
Elizabeth earned her B.S. in Accounting from the College of Charleston, along with a B.S. in Psychology and a B.S. in International Business with a minor in German Language. She studied in Tuebingen, Germany for one year and speaks fluent German. She is a member of the AICPA, the NC Association of CPAs, and the SC Association of CPAs.
When she is away from the office, Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her husband and two cats as well as horseback riding, cross stitching, and reading. She is also a big movie fan and has said that she can relate almost any situation to an episode of “Friends”.
He found mistakes in past tax returns and amended them. He was able to bring us in compliance while getting me a significant refund. He saved us. Ever since, he has taken good care of...read more
We trust the people at Stroud & Associates to be accurate and timely, and to give us excellent advice...read more
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