Salmon Sims Thomas & Associates has agreed to merge with DaVee CPA.
Rebecca DaVee, partner and founder of the firm, has 30 years of experience in public and private accounting, covering both tax and audit engagements in numerous industry sectors. Her background includes audits for nonprofit, governmental and manufacturing sectors. DaVee and her staff of four will help Salmon Simms Thomas & Associates to expand throughout Texas.
“We’re excited to join Salmon Sims Thomas," DaVee said in a statement. "Our strengths and client focus complement each other for a win-win situation for all parties. Leveraging technology benefits clients with the ability to make faster, smarter business decisions. And, technology makes an in-house’ accounting department affordable for smaller organizations.”
DaVee has worked with United Way agencies, mega-churches, televangelists, international ministries, governmental units, cities and school districts. She specializes in governance, financial reporting, best practices, compliance and corporate strategies. Licensed to practice in Texas and Oklahoma, DaVee is a member of the AICPA, the Texas Society of CPAs and the National Association of Church Business Administrators. and she is a frequent speaker and conference facilitator.
“Becky DaVee adds great depth to our resources," stated Salmon Sims Thomas COO Bill Sims. "Together our firms will be a highly competitive alternative for small business owners and nonprofit organizations who want to have the benefits of full-scale accounting department without the expense. This step will significantly increase efficiency, productivity and profitability for both the client and our firm. “
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