University of Alabama Bachelor of Science in Accounting
Areas of Emphasis:
Construction, Warehouse / Distribution, Small Business Advising, Not-for-Profits, Defense Contracting, Employee Benefit Plan Auditing, Business Consulting, Personal & Corporate Taxation
Huntsville Rotory Club - Board Member and Strive Mentor
Asbury United Methodist Church - Youth Small Group Leader
Madison Baseball Association -Former Treasurer
Asbury Thrift Store - Former Treasurer and Board Member
Leadership Huntsville/Madison County - Leadership Class L-27 Member
Married to Sandy with our two sons (Chad and Matthew) in Madison; enjoy working with youth through our church and Rotary's Strive program that works with youth at Butler High School and being involved with our son's numerous sport activities and lives.
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We who live in North Alabama know our weather. The meteorological phenomena mean we are well versed in the vocabulary of watches, warnings, El Niño, and microbursts. But knowledge without action is useless. Leverage the Alabama Department of Revenue's sales tax holiday for Severe Weather Preparedness to take action and save on supplies and other items to ready for the upcoming storm season.
There’s no better time to talk about goals than the start of a new year. And what better topic than your career? The following are a few tips to help you set reasonable and achievable goals this year:
A major change took effect at the start of 2020 that many taxpayers may not notice for some time. A new form W-4, which indicates how much to withhold from an employee's paycheck, is now in effect. The more complicated form aims to increase accuracy of withholding - diminishing large refunds and aligning more closely the tax withheld with the tax liability on an individual's 1040. But, the greater complexity is sure to raise questions from employees with their employers. The IRS has a tool to help employees fill it out, but gone are the days of listing filing status and number of exemptions.