Ramona joined Reimer, McGuinness & Associates (RMA) in 2017, when Turner, Dennis & Noack, P.C. (TDN) merged with RMA. She currently works on income tax returns, payroll tax returns, and bookkeeping, and she assists individual clients with on-site record keeping, bill paying, and other tax and bookkeeping related services.
Upon high school graduation in 2001, Ramona began her career at TDN as a receptionist. While working, she attended college part-time and earned her Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of St. Thomas in 2009. She has also completed the University of St. Thomas Certified Financial Planner Education program. Ramona worked a wide variety of jobs while at TDN, including tax preparation, payroll tax returns, bookkeeping and office management. She has also volunteered with the IRS-Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly program.
In her free-time, Ramona enjoys spending time with her husband, Jorge, and her large extended family. She also enjoys providing free tax return preparation to low-income individuals.
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