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Jacqueline M. Abellera, CPA, is a partner at Withum with over 15 years of experience. She services clients of various sizes across a broad range of industries, specializing in a wide variety of real estate entities as well as family-owned businesses. Jacqueline possesses in-depth knowledge of operational audits, accounting best practices, compliance requirements, and business tax issues. Prior to joining the Firm, Jacqueline was a partner at Bond Beebe, which joined with Withum in August 2017.
Jacqueline’s experience includes working with most of the firm’s large audit engagements, ranging from real estate entities, construction companies to non-profit organizations and political action committees. She has also worked extensively with our high education and small business clients. However, her expertise includes more than just audit; she also has a strong knowledge of federal and state tax laws and compliance.
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Jacqueline holds a Bachelor of Accounting from the University of Maryland. She also is current with Practice Privilege licenses in California and Connecticut. She is also member of the NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Association-MD/DC Chapter, and the Commercial Real Estate Women Network – Washington, DC Chapter (Finance Committee) and the Bethesda Chevy Chase Chamber of Commerce. She is also a Family First Advisor.
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