- Documentation for end customers of software or other products
- Anticipation of likely customer questions and areas of confusion
- Communication with the source of the original information, including engineers as well as government agencies such as the IRS to ensure the guidance provided is complete and accurate
- Explaining complex tax and technical concepts in easy-to-understand ways by drawing parallels to real-world examples, using metaphors, and providing graphic/visual presentations whenever possible.
- Microsoft Office, including plugins for environments such as Eclipse
Taxation, software development, training, nonprofit
Stephanie graduated as a member of Beta Alpha Psi, a national Honor Society for students majoring in accounting, finance, and information systems. Serving as a student advisor for incoming freshmen, she discovered her love of sharing information and clarity before leaving Texas A&M, and has carried that passion throughout her career.
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