The SourceCorp/Rust team continues to grow in pace with our business. We currently have 13 full-time technical R&D team members and 10 R&D business development directors located throughout the U.S.
Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB) February 22, 2012
SourceCorp/Rust Consulting is pleased to announce several recent additions to its research and development team.
Most recent to join the firm is Amanda Foley. Foley joins SourceCorp March 1 as an R&D Project Manager. Prior to joining SourceCorp, she was a senior tax analyst with PwC and a senior business analyst with Steelcase, Inc. Foley earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Grand Valley State University.
Joining SourceCorp/Rust in 2011 were Liz Deimel, Jaclyn Fazio, and Chris Vetvick. Deimel joined SourceCorp as a Director of R&D Tax Credit Consulting. She has more than 10 years’ experience in R&D, including former roles as a Director at Black Line Group and as a Manager on PwC’s national R&D team. Deimel holds a BS in Accounting from Grand Valley State University and an MBA from Aquinas College.
Fazio joined SourceCorp/Rust as a R&D Project Manager. She was formerly an R&D Senior Associate at Black Line Group and a Tax Associate at BDO USA. Fazio holds a BBA from Grand Valley State University and is currently pursuing her MBA.
Vetvick also joined SourceCorp/Rust as an R&D Project Manager. He is an experienced tax attorney and holds a master’s degree in accounting. In addition to practicing law, Vetvick was formerly in the tax consulting department at BDO USA. Chris holds a JD from Thomas M. Cooley Law School and an MSA from Grand Valley State University.
The team is led by Deborah Crumley who joined SourceCorp/Rust as the Managing Director of R&D tax credits in 2009. Formerly with PwC and Black Line Group, Crumley has overseen more than 500 R&D tax credit studies in the 17 years that she has focused solely on R&D tax credits. Crumley holds a BBA and Masters of Accountancy from the University of Michigan School of Business. She is a founding member of the National R&E Roundtable.
“R&D tax credits continue to help companies that invent or improve products or processes. The cash generated from these credits allows them to reinvest in their businesses and spurs job growth. The SourceCorp/Rust team continues to grow in pace with our business. We currently have 13 full-time technical R&D team members and 10 R&D business development directors located throughout the U.S.,” says Crumley.
For more information on SourceCorp’s R&D tax credit practice, contact Deb Crumley at deb(dot)crumley(at)sourcecorptax(dot)com. To view the entire R&D technical team click the link below.
SourceCorp is part of Rust Consulting, a division of SourceHOV. The firm specializes in R&D tax credits, cost segregation, EPAct §179D tax deductions, LIFO inventory solutions and logistics and expense management.
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