Abeles and Hoffman accountant obtains CPA license
Abeles and Hoffman, P.C., recently announced that Elizabeth Schelp has obtained her Missouri license as a Certified Public Accountant.
"Elizabeth continues to focus on her professional growth and development," said Ron Abeles, CPA, president and shareholder of Abeles and Hoffman. "Her new designation will allow her to extend her knowledge and skills, in addition to providing our clients with exceptional service."
Schelp joined Abeles and Hoffman in 2009. As an associate in the audit department, she specializes in providing comprehensive accounting, audit, and tax services for the firm's clients. Schelp primarily works with health care providers, nonprofit organizations, manufacturing companies, and professional services businesses. Prior to joining the firm, she worked at Bourgeois Bennett, LLP, in New Orleans.
Schelp received her Masters degree in Accountancy from the University of Missouri in 2008. She graduated from Southeast Missouri State University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with a major in accounting. Schelp currently resides in St. Louis.
About Abeles and Hoffman:
Established in 1979, Abeles and Hoffman provides value-added and affordable accounting and consulting services to clients throughout the Midwest. The firm offers accounting, audit, tax, estate and financial planning, information technology, and business advisory services. Abeles and Hoffman's strategic alliance with Integra International provides them with access to additional financial planning and international business resources. The firm sustains industry expertise in a number of areas such as manufacturing, distribution, real estate, and professional services.
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