Lutz Announces Senior Accountant Promotions
Lutz, a Nebraska-based business solutions firm, has promoted 13 professionals to Senior Accountant roles.
Kendra Ahlers – Hastings Office, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant. Ahlers specializes in individual, business and fiduciary income tax returns, as well as employee benefit plan audits.
Andrew Armstrong – Lincoln Office, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant in the Tax Department. Armstrong is responsible for the preparation of individual, business and fiduciary income tax returns, estate and business planning, as well as taxpayer representation on IRS matters.
Austin Bonk – Omaha Office, has been promoted to Senior Accountant in the Tax Department. He provides tax consulting and compliance services for clients with a focus on individual and business income tax.
Jimmy Burgess – Omaha Office, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant in the Client Accounting Services group. Burgess specializes in providing outsourced accounting services to clients with a focus on QuickBooks, tax and payroll compliance, small business consulting, as well as software implementation and training.
Chase Dudzinski – Omaha Office, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant in the Healthcare Department. Dudzinski provides assurance and consulting services to clients with a focus on the healthcare industry.
Jordan Fisher – Hastings Office, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant. Fisher provides business and individual taxation services to clients, while specializing in governmental and nonprofit industry audits.
Lauren Harris – Omaha Office, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant in the Client Accounting Services group. Harris provides QuickBooks training and support, technology consulting, payroll tax reporting and compliance, and outsourced accounting services to clients in multiple industries.
Lauren Kluthe – Omaha Office, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant in the Client Accounting Services group. Kluthe provides outsourced accounting services to clients including tax, payroll compliance, and consulting with a focus on the healthcare and non-profit industries.
Justin Korth – Omaha Office, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant. He specializes in individual, business and fiduciary income tax returns, estate and business planning, and taxpayer representation on IRS matters. In addition, he provides consulting on small business accounting and payroll tax reporting.
Beth Rutz – Omaha Office, has been promoted to Internal Senior Accountant for Lutz. She is responsible for updating and maintaining accounting records, billing documents, ordering inventory, and maintaining information on the computerized accounting system for Lutz Tech.
Tyler Schroeder – Omaha Office has been promoted to Senior Accountant in the Audit Department. He provides auditing and consulting services for multiple industries including construction, manufacturing, and employee benefit plans.
Kayla Schulte – Grand Island South Office, CPA, has been promoted to Senior Accountant. Schulte focuses on business tax returns, audits and reviews for various niche groups, and defined benefit plans.
Callan Schultze – Omaha Office has been promoted to Internal Senior Accountant for Lutz. As part of the internal accounting team, Schultze’s primary responsibilities include client billing, accounts payable, and accounts receivable for the firm. In addition, she responds to all client account inquiries.
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