Hello, my name is Rosemary Shamoon, but everyone calls me Rosie. I am so excited to join the Senter, CPA team as a Staff Accountant and would love to introduce myself.
I am 26 years old, and I was born and raised in Michigan. I went to Wayne State University where I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, with my major being accounting. I also earned my Masters in Business Administration from Wayne State University. I have always had a passion for this industry, and it grew more as I got older. I am passionate about my career, and I love being able to help others.
I recently got married on 9/24/21 (one day after my birthday) which was amazing. We had a destination wedding in Florida, which was the best decision I ever made; it was such an incredible time for my husband and I. We had fun celebrating my birthday and wedding with our closest friends and family.
I enjoy traveling the world. I love learning about the different cultures and eating the different types of food. My favorite place to visit is Greece, but more specifically the islands of Santorini and Mykonos in Greece are my favorite! Traveling really opens your eyes to how other people in different parts of the world live.
I love spending time with my husband, Simon, and my family. I have three sisters: Samantha (31), Lourdes (24), and Bernadette (17), and they are also my best friends. We are extremely close and spend a lot of time together. Samantha is the mother of my niece, Ave, and nephew, Eli, who is also my godson. I currently do not have kids, but I feel like they are my kids because of how close we are.
I am excited to continue my career here at Senter, CPA, and I can’t wait to see what is in store for the future!
There are many people who may have question regarding the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) that became available for businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Josh Legant is joining the Senter, CPA Happy Thanksgiving to all Senter, CPA, P.C. clients, team, friends, and community.
Since today is Thanksgiving, I wanted to share a few things that, myself and the rest of the Senter CPA team, are thankful for:
Tax planning is the process of managing your financial plan with the goal of reducing your tax liability, and safeguarding assets at the federal and state level. Most tax planning involves deductions, credits, and current vs. future tax rates. When tax planning, you should be looking for strategic and legal ways to reduce your tax burden now and for years to come. This year is a great year to look at possible Roth Conversions or Loss Harvesting. With the downturn in the market it is an opportunity to convert some or all of a retirement to a Roth account with paying the lowest amount of tax.
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