Caitlin was born and raised in Alaska. After seven years in Portland, Oregon, Caitlin returned home to her family in Fairbanks. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Portland and is currently pursuing her CPA license. Caitlin joined the team at Walsh, Kelliher & Sharp in 2019 bringing with her 3 years of experience auditing at a Big 4 public accounting firm in Oregon. She’s skilled in US GAAP, analytical problem solving, and financial statement preparation. She is also a certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor.
Caitlin sits on the Finance Board for the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and Alaska Society of Certified Public Accountants (AKCPA).
Caitlin is an active member in our community and spends her summers volunteering for Fairbanks Tennis Association and coaching the Monroe High School Tennis Team. She also enjoys spending time with her family (including her three nephews!), friends, and energetic golden retriever, Yukon. She loves to travel and experience new things, whether in Alaska or halfway around the world.
On April 26, 2017 the Trump administration provided information on proposed tax law changes, many of which mirror his previous tax policy statements. Although these proposals lack significant detail, here is what the president proposes and how it might impact your tax liability:
Business Tax Rates - Trump’s proposal would cut the top rate on corporate...
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Tips for Holiday Charity Giving
The holiday season is the favorite time of the year for charities to solicit donations. It is also the time of year when scammers show up in force, pretending to be legitimate charities in hopes of swindling you. It is also a festive and very busy time of the year, and you may inadvertently overlook the documentation needed to verify...