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Constance has been a member of NSTP for over 20 years. She started her career performing financial audits at Ernst & Young Public Accounting Firm and realized her calling in the field of taxation. Her first tax season, just after the passing of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, inspired her to learn more about the Internal Revenue Code.
She earned her master’s degree in Taxation at American University, where she shone as a Graduate Fellow who assisted the Program Assistant Director with research and published tax articles. She was hired at a Fortune 500 Company, and prepared various state and local sales tax returns and conducted tax research, with a focus on the telecommunications industry.  She also researched and wrote appeals for sales and property tax assessments, which gave her invaluable experience navigating federal and state appeals process.
Constance started her own tax business in 1994, enjoying the flexibility of running a business from home while raising her children. She has provided services to other tax firms, both preparing returns and assuring compliance with state and federal tax laws. She has worked extensively with a software corporation to navigate the changing tax law in their industry.
In addition to helping tax clients, she currently serves NSTP on the Helpline, conducts research, and moderates NSTP webinars. Recently, she was honored with NSTP’s 2021 Tax Educator of the Year Award. When she is not working, she loves spending time with her husband, 3 children, and extended family. She also enjoys singing in her church choir, traveling, gardening, and biking.