General Ledger Analyst
Kathy joined Lumsden McCormick in the audit department as a General Ledger Analyst. She brings with her payroll and bookkeeping experience with various types of industries and accounting software from her previous work in private companies. Kathy holds an AAS degree in Business Administration from Erie Community College and is a NYS licensed notary. Kathy graduated Magna Cum Laude from Daemen College in December 2017 with her BA in Accounting with a certificate in Forensic Accounting.
Daemen College, Bachelors in Accounting, Certificate in Forensic Accounting
Erie Community College, AAS in Business Administration
Computerized Bookkeeping Certification, Northeast Institute
• Human Resources and the Law Certificate
• Human Resources Essentials Certificate
NYS Office of State Comptroller
• Municipal Bookkeeping Certificate
• Accounting Principles and Procedures Certificate
NYS Retirement System
• Retirement Reporting Certificate
• Employer Benefit Seminar
National Notary Association, Notary Public
QuickBooks Online Certified Pro-Advisor
Bill.com Expert Certification
Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society, Member
Making A Difference (MAD) Committee, Lumsden McCormick
Meals on Wheels, Volunteer
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Here’s the skinny on receivables ratios, including how they’re computed and sources of potential benchmarking data.
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
After reviewing the pros and cons of different types of spending/savings accounts, you may decide to take advantage of new benefits options offered by your employer, switch plans or contribute more (or less) to your account than in previous years.
Monday, October 24, 2016
Here are five ways to turn receivables into cash quickly.