Andrew Poulos, EA, ABA, ATP
Andrew Poulos, EA, ABA, ATP

Andrew Poulos, EA, ABA, ATP

Andrew G. Poulos, EA, ABA, ATP, principal of Poulos Accounting & Consulting, Inc., in Atlanta, works with small businesses and individuals to lower their tax liabilities, and represents clients before the IRS for tax controversy. Andrew has been an adjunct professor for University of North Carolina-Charlotte and Auburn University. He is a contributing author for AccountingWEB, CPA Practice Advisor and Promotional Products Association International; founding tax editor for; current tax editor for Consumer Affairs; and a participant in the Intuit® ProConnect™ Customer Council for Intuit, 2018 – 2021. He has spoken for the National Society of Accountants, National Association of Tax Professionals, Drake and various other organizations. Find Andrew on Twitter @AndrewGPoulos.


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