North Carolina License #40318
Sherry has 25 years of tax experience, specializing in compliance work for individual, trusts and estates, LLC’s and Corporations. She has extensive experience with real estate entities and professional service providers. Sherry holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from University of New Mexico. She is a member of the AICPA.
Sherry gravitated toward individual tax, estate and retirement planning because she likes to take situations that families see as stressful and complicated and break them down into manageable steps to ease their minds. She finds guiding clients through the myriad of tax and financial situations they face extremely rewarding.
Outside of the office, Sherry loves the beach and heads there as often as possible. If it’s raining she can be found binge watching Netflix or binge reading with a teapot full of tea by her side.
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
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Put your focus back on your business by handing your accounting work over to our firm. When you outsource your accounting function to us, you get a team of professionals working for you. We handle your complex tax and accounting work while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
Is your family’s money mantra, “Easy come, easy go?” Does your family ever talk about saving money or setting financial goals? No matter where your family is on the financial literacy spectrum, it’s important to help your kids learn the value and wise management of money so they grow up to be financially responsible.
There are many details that go into your return, so it is not uncommon to overlook an item in the process of filing a return. It is also possible that after you have filed your return, your employer, contractor, or investment manager will send you a correction on the total income you earned throughout the year.
If you’re like many self-employed business owners, you may be tempted to stick to the tried-and-true tax deductions (your home office, if you have one, office supplies, mileage, meals, etc.) when doing your taxes. However, one important money-saving advantage of working with a tax professional is they can identify lesser known deductions that you may be entitled to, but are unaware of.