Lynn Kasch Receives Advanced Single Audit Certificate

Certified Public Accounting firm of Leone, McDonnell & Roberts, Professional Association is pleased to announce that supervisor Lynn Kasch has earned her Advanced Single Audit Certificate. This certification from the American Institute of CPA’s (AICPA) was awarded upon passing an exam and sets professionals aside as possessing advanced knowledge in performing single audit engagements under Uniform Guidance (a government-wide framework for managing grant awards).

Representing the CPA profession, AICPA develops standards and rules in the accounting industry, educates, advocates and ensures compliance within the profession. Lynn spent approximately 40 hours studying AICPA materials while replying upon her prior trainings and her ten years of experience auditing organizations that receive federal funds to help prepare herself for the exam.

By passing the Advanced Single Audit Certificate Exam, Lynn has demonstrated her commitment, deep knowledge and understanding in this area, distinguishing her as an expert in the field.

A resident of Rochester, New Hampshire and graduate of the University of Detroit with her MBA, Lynn has been with Leone, McDonnell & Roberts since 2002. She specializes in audits of federal funds, individual taxes and estate and trust taxes.

“We are so proud of Lynn’s accomplishment.” said Jack Callahan, President and Managing Partner of Leone, McDonnell & Roberts. “We know that our clients will benefit from the knowledge and expertise she has gained throughout this certification process.

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