Alycia joined the Mary P. Hollister, CPA PC team in 2008. Alycia has extensive experience working with QuickBooks and QuickBooks Online. She previously scanned client tax documents and handled data entry for personal tax returns for the firm.
Alycia is a graduate of SUNY Postdam where she majored in Business Administration and a minor in Dance and received her Masters in Accounting from Castleton University.
Outside of the office, Alycia enjoys reading, dancing, and cross-stitching.
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