Abalos & Associates, PLLC announces new senior staff accountant

Sandy Abalos, managing partner of Phoenix, AZ-based Abalos & Associates, PLLC, has announced that Laura A. Wellman has joined the firm as a senior staff accountant. In this position, Wellman will handle client relations, research and compliance, as well as tax returns for businesses and individuals. A native of Phoenix, Wellman received both her Bachelors degree and Masters of Taxation degree from Arizona State University. With more than four years of experience, Wellman is licensed with the State Board of Accountancy and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA). She resides in Buckeye with her husband.

"Laura'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, PLLCM

Abalos & Associates, PLLC is a full service CPA firm – with 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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