Lattimore Black Morgan And Cain PC Announces Audit Promotions

Monday, June 30, 2014
Steve Thomason
Steve Thomason

Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC (LBMC), announced the following audit department promotions for the Chattanooga office:

Steve Thomason has been promoted to a senior manager position within the accounting and assurance services group. He has diversified experience with clients in a variety of industries including manufacturing, service, distribution, construction, non-profit organizations, and employee benefit plans. Mr. Thomason provides audit and assurance services, as well as consultation services related to internal control systems, various accounting matters, and mergers and acquisitions. His previous experience includes practicing with a regional accounting firm where he received training and experience in audit, financial reporting, and tax services.

Linsey Anderson is now a senior on the accounting and assurance service team at Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC. Ms. Anderson, a certified public accountant, has worked for LBMC, PC since September 2012. In her time at LBMC, She has worked on numerous audits in industries such as manufacturing, construction, and service. She has also completed benefit plan audits and various compilations and reviews. Ms. Anderson’s previous experience includes working as a financial consultant for a worldwide disability insurance company where she received accounting training and knowledge.

 

Linsey Anderson
Linsey Anderson

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