Before establishing Washington Accounting Services Inc., Tiffany W. Davis was employed within the accounting industry for over seven years. During those years, Mrs. Davis has worked in several industries such as construction, environmental, non-profit, retail, financial investment, and mortgage and banking. Mrs. Davis has a wide range of experience within the accounting industry both within the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. For over 12 years, Washington Accounting Services has been specializing in assisting business owners and individuals in financial matters ranging from tax preparation and budgeting to payroll and CFO services. This includes training and managing business accounting staff and entrepreneurs on internal controls, accounting software, records management, tax implications and general business planning. Washington Accounting Services Inc. currently serves over 1,684 clients and has a current retention rate of 88%.
Mrs. Davis retains memberships within the following associations: National Association of Tax Professionals, National Society of Accountants, Women’s Entrepreneurs of Baltimore, and the National Association of the Self-Employed. In 2009, Mrs. Davis was awarded the Achievement Award by the National Association of the Self-Employed and gifted $30,000.00 for her business accomplishments. In addition, Mrs. Davis was invited to the White House to meet with President Barack Obama in reference to a small business briefing on healthcare and small business tax related issues. Mrs. Davis has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Self-Employed Magazine and in numerous newspaper articles, blogs, and radio shows for her business and tax expertise. In addition, Mrs. Davis participates in various community outreach programs, including preparing and facilitating financial seminars on tax and business planning topics by invitation from several organizations.
Mrs. Davis educates individuals by teaching Business Tax & Recordkeeping courses at the College of Southern Maryland for Small Business Development Center, Entrepreneurship Training Program with Project Opportunity, and is the Southern Maryland Business Mentor for Maryland Technology Development Corporation’s (TEDCO) Rural Business Innovation Initiative Program. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the College of Southern Maryland teaching Economics and Business Courses as while as the instructor for the College of Southern Maryland’s Workforce Development courses in Bookkeeping Principles and Payroll Administration.
Mrs. Davis has obtained her Associate of Science Degree in Accounting from the College of Southern Maryland, a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting with a minor in Business Administration and a Master’s of Science in Management with a specialization in Accounting from the University of Maryland University College. With these degrees, she obtained her Public Accountant certification and Maryland Tax Preparer License and is authorized and finger printed by the Internal Revenue Service, and is a notary within the state of Maryland.