Abalos & Associates adds senior associate

Sandy Abalos, managing partner of Abalos & Associates, PLLC, has announced that Bobbie Davis has joined the firm as a new senior associate. In this position, Davis will handle tax and accounting needs for businesses, corporations, individuals, and trusts.

Davis earned a Bachelor of Arts, master's degree, and Certificate of Accountancy from Arizona State University in Phoenix. With more than 10 years of industry experience, she is a member of the Arizona Society of CPAs and an active member of the Phoenix Ski Club. 

"Bobbie's experience in various accounting fields and the way she interacts with clients will be a great benefit to our firm," said Abalos. "We are pleased to have someone of her caliber on board." 

About Abalos & Associates, PLLC:

Abalos & Associates, PLLC, is a full-service CPA firm, with offices in Phoenix and Charlotte, N.C. The firm has expertise in the fields of financials, advanced tax planning strategies, profit enhancement, consulting, technology consulting, and life planning services. For more information, contact (602) 943-1984 or visit the Web site.

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