Dona joined the firm in 2008 as Payroll and Office Manager. She recently has accepted the Bookkeeping manager role as well and in her role, she is responsible for running the firm’s payroll and bookkeeping Divisions. In this role Dona handles payroll processing, tax payments, reconciliations, cash flow management and Financial Reporting for a diversified client base servicing over 100 businesses with their payroll and bookkeeping needs. Dona also handles the firm’s accounts receivable, accounts payable, human resources, client account management, general office management, and other administrative tasks. With years of experience handling payroll, Dona is well versed in payroll for all 50 states, specializing in the Midwest Region. She holds a FPC certification, and is training for her CPP which is the highest accreditation possible for payroll. Dona is also a QuickBooks ProAdvisor in Desktop and Online.
In her free time, she enjoys cooking, wine tasting, traveling, watching U.S. football and rugby, golfing and shoe shopping.
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