Stephanie has almost 30 years of accounting and financial management experience. Working for both small and medium-sized companies in trucking, distribution, insurance, manufacturing, and IT technology, she has been focused on general ledger accounting, forecasting and financial analysis, as well as treasury management.
A native of South Carolina, Stephanie has always lived and worked in the Charlotte-area. She earned both her undergraduate degree (Finance) and MBA (Accounting Emphasis) from Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC. and currently holds an active CPA license in South Carolina. One of Stephanie’s favorite things to do is riding and exploring the Blue Ridge Parkway with her husband, two daughters and their dog. When not out riding somewhere, she enjoys watching college sports and playing piano.
How to plan for the impacts of inflation on small business
There is a lot of talk these days in the media about inflation, and since it is a part of normal economic …
When do you capitalize an asset?
Photo credit: Pickawood Sometimes the best topics to discuss here are the ones we, as accountants, overlook. Recently, our marketing consultant asked …
Strategies For Small Businesses to Prevent and Mitigate the Risk of Rising Material Costs
Regardless of industry, rapidly rising or wildly fluctuating material costs can have a negative impact on a business. The same is true …