Sheila joined JLP in 2007. She previously worked with an accounting firm in Columbus. Her responsibilities include preparing monthly accounting statements and tax returns for business clients, as well as helping individual tax clients. Sheila has taken accounting classes at Lakeland Community College and is QuickBooks certified.
Sheila has two children and three grandchildren. Outside of the office she enjoys spending time with her family, going on walks in our beautiful parks, and cheering on the Cleveland Indians.
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As we move into August the thoughts of students returning to the classroom comes to mind.
Summer is past the mid-point and folks are planning their return to school.
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One of the many tax law changes with the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that many of us did not initially catch is the significant changes in the so called “kiddie tax.”
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For tax years between 2018...
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