Dalia joined JK Edwards & Company in 2009. As a Bookkeeper, she is responsible for maintaining the books for the firm and clients. Dalia specializes in QuickBooks setup, training, and consulting services. She is also the payroll/bookkeeping specialist for the firm and clients. Dalia is committed to providing excellent service to clients using the firm's bookkeeping and payroll services, with responsibilities including payroll processing, tax payments and reporting, delivery of monthly financial statements, and data entry for client bookkeeping transactions.
Dalia is currently attending Kennesaw State University. She is a QuickBooks Certifed ProAdvisor and Bill.com Certified.
When away from the office, Dalia enjoys traveling, music, family time, and fashion.
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