Christina Bailey joined the Mattison Yoder, LLC team in 2011. As an Administrative Accountant, Christina is often one of the first faces our individual tax clients will meet. In addition to setting up new clients in our system, she also processes all individual federal, state and local tax returns including mail and e-files, making sure our individual clients get timely refunds or clear instructions for paying their tax liability promptly. She also manages our client files and accounts, processes accounts receivables and monthly mailings. Christina processes most of the back office accounting for our business clients. She records daily transactions, manages accounts payable, processes payroll tax payments, and reconciles bank statements.
Prior to joining the firm, Christina worked as a Retirement Plan Administrator. She has earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from West Virginia University. She is a member of Genoa Baptist Church, and a mother to two children.
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