Crown earns QuickBooks ProAdvisor designation

Holly E. Crown, a staff accountant in regional accounting firm WebsterRogers' Georgetown, S.C. office, has been certified a QuickBooks ProAdvisor.

Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisors are CPAs, accountants, and other professionals who work with small businesses. These ProAdvisors are QuickBooks experts - they've completed a comprehensive QuickBooks training course and exam in order to become certified. They assist clients in getting started correctly with the software, aiding in set-up, training, and troubleshooting.

Crown graduated from Winthrop University with a major in accounting. She also earned a master's degree, with a concentration in accounting, from Coastal Carolina University. 

To obtain more information about this and other topics, contact the nearest WebsterRogers LLP office or visit the WebsterRogers Web site. WebsterRogers' offices are in Florence, Columbia, Myrtle Beach, Georgetown, Litchfield, Charleston, Summerville, and Sumter.

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