WTAS Announces New Private Client Services Managing Director

Jan 06, 2014, 14:44 ET from WTAS

WASHINGTON, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Jennifer Sarajian Stone was promoted to Managing Director in the WTAS Washington, D.C. office. Jennifer is part of the Private Client Services practice contributing nearly two decades of experience in the tax industry. She has been working for the firm since its inception in 2002.

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"Jennifer's knowledge, abilities and dedication to her clients has contributed significantly to the growth and success of the Private Client Services practice in the Washington, D.C. market," said David Bradt, the McLean Office Managing Director. 

Stone's expertise is in tax preparation and consulting services for high net worth individuals and their privately-held businesses, trusts, and private foundations. She has tackled such issues as ten-year-long IRS high wealth audits, complex gift planning with hard-to-value assets, and the intricacies of airplane ownership. Prior to joining WTAS, Jennifer provided a variety of tax planning, compliance, and accounting services for individuals, professional services firms, and other private companies at a local accounting firm.

Stone is currently active in many organizations, including the American Institute of CPAs and the Virginia Society of CPAs.

Other promotions in Washington, D.C. office include Senior Managers: Sandie Mullikin, Eric Sanders and Trevor Hancock; and Senior Associate Sean Beznicki.

"January is always an important time for the firm as we celebrate the hard work of our people," commented WTAS CEO, Mark Vorsatz. "I am thrilled to be promoting more than 50 employees this year and look forward to continued growth."

WTAS promoted a total of 60 employees this January, including five Managing Directors, nine Directors, 12 Senior Managers, 11 Managers and 12 Senior Associates.