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Amy Sandlin

“When I met with the directors in Lexington, I got the impression that it was important to them that I be able to grow in my role at Blue – they weren’t just looking for someone to meet charge hour goals.

I had gotten stuck in a rut at my prior firm, working on the same projects I’d been on for years, with very little help from firm leadership on how to develop in my career after I reached the manager level. It seemed like that would not be the case at Blue, and it turned out that my initial impressions were correct.

I get the opportunity to work on more diverse client engagements and also get pulled into special projects regularly that keep my day-to-day interesting and allow me to continue to grow as a professional. There’s a lot more autonomy across the offices than there was at the firm I came from. It’s a nice change being at a firm where decisions aren’t made solely by a handful of professionals in one office, then handed down to the other offices without any consideration for how their office and market may differ. Blue & Co. feels like a small firm in day-to-day operations; however, it has the resources of a large firm, so you get the best of both worlds.”

research and development

Manufacturers: It’s Time to Rethink Your R&D Tax Strategy

By Stephen Stringer, CPA, Director and Amy Sandlin, CPA, Senior Manager at Blue & Co. LLC News of incredible technological advancement and the rapid pace at which it is changing […]

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What is Segregation of Duties and Why Is It Important to Not-for-Profit Organizations?

By Greg Jackson, CPA, Principal, at Blue & Co. What is Segregation of Duties? According to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, segregation of duties is a basic building […]

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succession planning

Succession Planning for Not-For-Profits: Preparing for the Expected and Unexpected

By Jason Terwilliger, CPA, CIA, Senior Manager, at Blue & Co. The uncertain times in which we find ourselves often requires us to be more agile and expectant than usual […]

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