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We here at Lipsey and Associates pride ourselves on providing affordable and reputable QuickBooks and Tax services to local small businesses and non-profit organizations. If for some reason the depth of your problem exceeds our experience level, then we will help refer you to one of our colleagues.

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About Jeff Lipsey, CPA, EA

Jeff has been involved in the world of accounting for nearly 15 years now, which started when he took bookkeeping courses in high school and took to it quite quickly. During his Junior year he became involved in competitive test taking through the “Business Professionals of America;” he was the top ranked individual in his city, second in his state (Aurora, IL), and finished top 10 in the country at nationals.

Jeff graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the top-ranked accounting school at the time, with degrees in both accounting and finance and 150 credit hours. Right after graduation, he was a moderately successful professional online poker player for 5 years before becoming an executive at a small online poker training site. Jeff also managed and operated a successful Alexandria, VA restaurant for over two years before starting a small website design and consulting business. Meanwhile, Jeff had met colleagues while performing local bookkeeping work that provided him guidance to open up his own practice.

Jeff has been a Certified ProAdvisor for QuickBooks Online, Desktop, Point of Sale and Enterprise since 2013 (some later depending on the version). He studied hard and became an Enrolled Agent in June of 2014 and now does all types of tax returns. Jeff received his Certified Public Accountant certification from the Virginia Board of Accountanty in November of 2016 When not working with his current clients, he spends time with his family, plays as much golf as possible and enjoys the local DC food scene.

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