“…it just clicked…”
Vicky has an intense focused energy which makes quick work of arduous tasks. In high school when Vicky took an accounting class, it just clicked for her; where others struggled with the course, she excelled as she does today as our Staff Accountant in charge of business relations.
Monotony is not for Vicky. She comes alive at the opportunity for a good challenge and needs a lot of variety which is probably why Vicky appreciates the opportunity to assist clients with difficult problems. Her prior experience in public accounting, coupled with the advanced structures and systems in place at Landis & Associates gives her the opportunity to do what she loves best: Help businesses thrive. “I know it’s a big help to them, and I like helping.”
Vicky’s knack for problem solving makes her difficult job look effortless. No matter what the task, she just gets it!
Our goal is to honor God with our whole lives. In keeping with that, we strive to operate our firm according to Biblical principles of honesty, integrity, and putting others first. We look forward to working with you, and helping you solve your small business challenges.
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