Chapman obtains certification

11/23/2013

The local CPA and consulting firm of Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC recently announced that Jennifer L. Chapman, para-professional, obtained her QuickBooks ProAdvisor certification.

The local CPA and consulting firm of Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC recently announced that Jennifer L. Chapman, para-professional, obtained her QuickBooks ProAdvisor certification.

"This accomplishment demonstrated Jennifer's commitment to excellence. She is continuously seeking additional skill sets so she is able to deliver significant value to her clients," said Gary Schlappe, CPA, managing member/owner of Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC.

Chapman obtained her QuickBooks ProAdvisor and 2013 Enterprise Solutions v11 programs certification through 17 hours of CPE training and successful testing throughout nine different modules within the entire QuickBooks working system. Chapman's certification, along with other firm ProAdvisors and Enterprise specialists, allows the firm to offer a more complex software strategy and provide the working knowledge to support each client's personalized accounting structure.

Chapman began her career in the accounting profession in 2008 and joined Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC in 2013. At the firm, she is responsible for handling the firm's accounts payable, payroll and general bookkeeping responsibilities. In addition, Chapman assists in the compilation of the firm's monthly financial reports. Chapman currently resides in Garden City with her two children.

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