Erica Tomoff is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Valuation Analyst. She has a BA in Accounting and Master’s Degree in Accounting from Kent State University. She is also a QuickBooks Online Advanced Certified ProAdvisor®, and a member of the NACVA and the AICPA. She has twelve years experience in public accounting and specializes in tax preparation, planning and tax compliance. The Buckhead Church is her church home and she also serves as the alumni financial advisor to the University of North Georgia chapter of Delta Zeta. When she is not working, Erica enjoys running, weight lifting & kayaking.
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