Posts Tagged ‘accounting’

Brandon Nichols comes to BKD

by Published: August 9,2013

Tags: accounting, BKD, Brandon L. Nichols

  Brandon L. Nichols has joined as a staff accountant in BKD’s Jackson office. Nichols is a graduate of Mississippi State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in accountancy in May 2013.  While attending Mississippi State, Nichols was on the President’s List and Dean’s List. He was also a member of the National Society […] [...]

Aren Atkinson lands BKD internship

by Published: August 9,2013

Tags: accounting, Aren T. Atkinson, BKD

  BKD, LLP’s Jackson office, has added Aren T. Atkinson as an intern. Atkinson graduated from Mississippi College in May 2013 where she earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting. She joins BKD this summer as an intern in the Jackson office’s tax department.  While attending Mississippi College, Atkinson was on the President’s List and also […] [...]

Todd Vowell, William Price elected to board

by Published: August 9,2013

Tags: accounting, Todd Vowell, William N. Price Jr.

    Todd Vowell and William N. Price Jr., CPA, have been elected to the board of directors of Bank of Forest. Vowell received his marketing degree from the University of Mississippi and received an MBA from Delta State University. He currently serves as president and secretary of Triplet V Inc. and Big Daddy Foods […] [...]

Alex Sanders earns promotion

by Published: August 9,2013

Tags: accounting, Alex Sanders, Grantham Poole

GranthamPoole CPAs has promoted Alex Sanders, CPA, to senior manager of the firm’s office in Oxford. A longtime resident of Oxford, Sanders has managed the office since its opening in July 2011.  The Yazoo City native received his bachelors of business administration degree in accounting and management information systems from Baylor University and his masters […] [...]

KEEPING OUR EYE ON: Wil Crawford

by Published: July 19,2013

Tags: accounting, BKD, Wilkins Crawford

Name: Wil Crawford Age: 30 Title: Audit Manager Company: BKD Wil Crawford’s childhood days in Holly Bluff in rural Yazoo County were filled with toy tractors and Legos. “I wanted to be either a farmer or in construction,” Crawford says. Crawford’s first job as a bank clerk in Yazoo City put him on the path […] [...]

Supervisors hire HORNE to conduct hospital-sale feasibility study

NATCHEZ and JACKSON — The Adams County Board of Supervisors has selected the HORNE Group as the firm that will determine if the sale of county-owned Natchez Regional Medical Center is feasible. The Jackson-based certified public accounting and business advisory firm completed a similar study for the county in 2008. The feasibility study is the […] [...]

Board extends contract of consultant to board president’s daughter

MCCOMB — The South Pike School Board has extended a contract with a consultant to provide a year of training to the district’s new business manager, who is the school board president’s daughter. The consultant, Bonnie Granger is a certified public accountant. She was hired after the board voted in December 2012 to hire board […] [...]

BancorpSouth names new officers

by Published: May 24,2013

Tags: accounting, Jeannie McNinch, Will Fisackerly

BancorpSouth Inc. has promoted Jeannie McNinch to senior vice president and controller and Will Fisackerly to senior vice president and director of corporate finance. McNinch, an Amory native, previously served as senior vice president in financial reporting at BancorpSouth. She has been with the company for 10 years. She received both a bachelor of professional […] [...]

Troubled agency hires accounting firm for 60-day review

BILOXI — The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources has an agreement with a firm to conduct a 60-day review of the troubled agency’s finances, structure, staffing, work flow and government program compliance. DMR executive director Jamie Miller told the Sun Herald the agency has signed a deal with the Jackson-based accounting firm HORNE LLP. HORNE’s […] [...]

Errors and record mismanagement can be costly

It’s the little things that can get taxpayers. Simple math errors, poor penmanship or hurriedly filling out your tax form at the last minute account for loads of filing errors. And those slip ups, which typically happen with paper returns, give the Internal Revenue Service another opportunity to tout the benefits of filing taxes electronically. […] [...]

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