March 10, 2016 – Kruggel Lawton CPAs is pleased to announce that Courtney Comer, senior staff accountant, recently completed all requirements to become a certified public accountant and is now licensed as CPA. Comer has been with Kruggel Lawton since 2012.
Comer received her undergraduate degree in accounting and finance from Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, Ind. She is based in the firm’s Elkhart office and focuses her work on a variety of tax services for clients, including corporate, individual, property, and trust/estate tax preparation. For the last three years, Comer has also been actively involved in the Indiana CPA Society’s Emerging Leaders Alliance.
“We are extremely proud of Courtney and applaud her commitment to professional development,” said Barry K. Hall, managing partner at Kruggel Lawton. “Attaining the requirements of licensure in Indiana is a significant milestone and is representative of her commitment to the profession and desire to provide the highest level of professional service to our clients.”
Requirements of an Indiana CPA license include passing the Uniform CPA Examination and having two years of full-time accounting employment. The Uniform CPA Examination measures professional competence and helps to establish the CPA license as evidence of professional qualification. The examination is a 14 hour computer-based test with four sections: Auditing & Attestation, Financial Accounting & Reporting, Regulation, and Business Environment & Concepts.