Bethlehem, Pennsylvania — Today, CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen LLP), the eighth largest accounting firm in the United States, announced the election of two staff members to the Estate Planning Council of the Lehigh Valley.
Tammie Yearwood, CPA has been elected president of the council for the 2023-2024 term. She previously served as vice president. Yearwood is a signing director with CLA’s Bethlehem, Pennsylvania office. She focuses her practice on estate, trust, and gift tax compliance, including estate and trust planning, fiduciary accounting, estate administration, and individual taxation.
Rebecca Laumann, CPA has been elected as a board member of the Estate Planning Council of the Lehigh Valley for a three-year term starting this year. Laumann is a senior with CLA’s Bethlehem, Pennsylvania office. Her primary focus is individuals and trusts.
The Estate Planning Council of the Lehigh Valley consists of accountants, attorneys, financial planners, and other professionals who work in the estate planning field.
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