Tracy Teems-Hughes Joins Accounting Firm Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC

Monday, July 30, 2012
Tracy Teems-Hughes
Tracy Teems-Hughes

Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC (LBMC), an accounting and business consulting firm, has added Tracy Teems-Hughes in its Chattanooga office.

Ms. Teems-Hughes has joined the accounting firm in a small business service manager position in the client accounting services department.  Recently married, she previously worked in a similar position in the tax department at Wilkins, Crews & Associates. Ms. Teems-Hughes, a QuickBooks ProAdvisor, will be working primarily with clients of LBMCWorks which provides day-to-day accounting services – such as accounts payable/receivable, bank reconciliations, and financial statements.  LBMCWorks offers a one-stop-shop approach for a small business’s accounting, technology, HR and staffing needs.

Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC, and The LBMC Family of Companies has nearly 400 employees, with offices in Chattanooga, Nashville (Brentwood), and Knoxville, Tenn. Founded in 1984 as a traditional accounting firm, LBMC has expanded its focus to meet a broad range of financial, human resources and technology needs for its diverse client base.  Specific services offered by the LBMC “Family of Companies” include: accounting and assurance services, business and personal tax consulting, investment advisory services, professional staffing, human resources outsourcing, payroll services, technology solutions, healthcare consulting, planning services, litigation support, business valuations, and mergers and acquisitions. 



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