Autumn joined JK Edwards & Company in April 2018. She assists with preparing tax returns, maintaining clients' accounting records, and providing support to QBO (Quickbooks Online) customers. Autumn is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. She is certified in various accounting applications including, but not limited to Quickbooks Online, Bill.com, and Receipt Bank.
Autumn is a student member of the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Society of Certified Public Accountants.
When away from the office, Autumn enjoys being outdoors, traveling, and cooking. Autumn has one child & her greatest joys come from spending time with her family. She is also an avid reader of books about investing, money management, motherhood.
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