LBMC Adds Rhonda Chancey To Tax Services Team

Monday, April 29, 2013
Rhonda Chancey
Rhonda Chancey

Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC (LBMC), has added Rhonda Chancey, CPA, in its Chattanooga office.

Ms. Chancey has joined the firm as a tax manager in the state and local tax services division where she will be working with a variety of industries and large multi-state and multi-divisional organizations. She has vast experience in manufacturing and has a particular expertise in consulting on the areas of sales tax, property tax and state income tax consulting.  She comes to LBMC from Playcore where she served as Director of Tax.

“Rhonda is a great addition to our tax services department as she has vast experience working with a variety of clients,” said Dennis Blanton, LBMC managing partner. “Her particular experience in the healthcare, manufacturing and distribution industries as well as with privately- held companies will be a big asset to our team as we keep up with the fast pace of our growing tax service division.”

Residing in Athens, Tn., Ms. Chancey is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where she received her Bachelor of Science degree with a major in accounting.  She is an active member of the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Institute for Professionals of Taxation. She serves on IPT’s state and local income tax symposium committee and also TSCPA’s multistate tax committee. Rhonda also serves as treasurer of her church.

Ms. Chancey enjoys travelling with friends and family in her spare time.



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