With over 10 years of experience in tax preparation, Anissa Barbee is the CEO of Transformation Tax and Financial Services. Anissa’s commitment to serving individuals, small business, and non-profit organizations stems from an understanding of the general sentiment of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
After working for franchises and CPA firms, Anissa felt that a profit margin, not the welfare of the taxpayer, was the top priority of some of the corporations. It is with these thoughts that Anissa decided to launch Transformation Tax 2010. A primary goal of her business is to make sure customers will leave her office with a better understanding of their tax returns.
Through Transformation Tax and Financial Services, Anissa concentrates on all aspects of income tax. She is dedicated to empowering her clients with the tools needed to face the Internal Revenue Service head on, and receive the maximum tax refund due. She is responsible for receipt organization and generating monthly reports to her clients, in order to prepare them for the next tax season. Additionally, Anissa is on the fast track to providing more services: full service bookkeeping, notary services, seminars/webinars, and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) tax filings via her website, www.transformationtax.com.
“I am a believer in God and Romans 12:2 says, ‘Do not be conformed to this world but be ye transformed with the renewing of the mind.’ If I could transform my clients thru education and explanation, then their minds would be renewed and they will be able to either file their own return, or know enough to ask the right questions to their preparer,” says Anissa.
Born and raised in Durham, NC, Anissa still calls the Triangle home. She has earned a Masters Degree in Accounting with a Concentration in Taxation from Strayer University. She is studying to become an enrolled agent, a U.S. Department of Treasury-authorized tax professional, which will allow her to represent her clients before the IRS during audits, collections and appeals. Anissa enjoys informing her social network following through her “Taxchick Tip of the Day” segments. Additionally she spreads her knowledge of tax laws to her readers with the blog, Taxchick 37. You can find her latest piece of advice at http://taxchick37.wordpress.com.
WEB SITE: TRANSFORMATIONTAX.COM