Culpepper CPA is so pleased to welcome Michelle Peruski to the team. Though she’d never tell you herself, Michelle’s clients have described her as a “godsend” with “invaluable knowledge” who “truly enjoys helping people.”

Michelle has over 9 years of experience in advisory and accounting services. She knows that solid accounting is the foundation for business success, and she has a passion for helping her clients and their businesses thrive.

Michelle had this to say about joining Culpepper: “Culpepper CPA has a great team of talented professionals. They really want to help their clients succeed, which is something that I really care about.”

Michelle will be serving as Culpepper’s Accounting Supervisor. Our clients will benefit from her expertise in solving complex QuickBooks Online issues, as well as her strong grasp of emerging technologies. Meanwhile, Michelle will be looking for ways to make Culpepper’s workflow even more efficient.

Here are a few of Michelles awards and certifications:

  • Advanced QuickBooks Online Certified ProAdvisor
  • Member of the 2019-2020 Intuit Accountant’s Council
  • QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor in Desktop, Enterprise, POS
  • Professional Bookkeeper (PB), Universal Accounting
  • QuickBooks Specialist (OS), Universal Accounting
  • Certified Business Profit Consultant
  • Halon Financial Advisor
  • Bill.com Certified Advisor
  • TSheets Pro
  • Member of American Association of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB)

Most recently, Michelle was chosen to serve on the U.S. Accountant Council advisory board of Intuit, Inc., which serves more than 50 million accounting professionals, small businesses, and consumers worldwide. She is one of 16 council members who will advise and develop Intuit to benefit millions of people.

Somehow, Michelle still finds time to play bass guitar and drums with her very favorite rock star — her 16 year old son. She loves The Beatles, just about anything chocolate, helping others, and celebrating Easter. We are lucky to have her on board.

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