Beall Barclay adds junior accountant to staff

Accounting and wealth management firm Beall Barclay recently announced the addition of Michael H. Watson to its professional staff.

Watson joins Beall Barclay as a junior accountant in the firm's audit and tax department. He currently assists in a variety of industries and primarily works with low-income housing and construction and food service companies. Prior to joining the firm, Watson served as a bookkeeper and tax return preparer at a local accounting firm.

"It's always exciting to add new talent and a fresh perspective to the Beall Barclay staff," said Randy Philpot, CPA, managing member of Fort Smith, AR-based Beall Barclay. "We are glad to have Michael on board. His enthusiasm and commitment to client service are welcomed additions to our team."

Watson recently passed the uniform CPA exam in 2009. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Central Arkansas where he received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in 2008. Watson also received his Master of Accountancy degree in 2009 from the University of Central Arkansas. He is an associate member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and Arkansas Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA).

Beall Barclay is a provider of accounting, auditing, bookkeeping, and wealth management advisory services. With locations in Fort Smith and Rogers, Arkansas, the professionals at Beall Barclay have been committed to a holistic approach to financial success for a diverse group of clients for more than 45 years.

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