Schlaupitz Madhavan, a certified public accounting firm based in Troy, announced Lauren Debay, Carrie Hammons, and Alan Salomon as shareholders.
“Lauren, Carrie, and Alan are true leaders for our firm in every sense of the word,” says Ronald Schlaupitz, president of Schlaupitz Madhavan. “They bring real, practical expertise and profound knowledge to their roles every day. As trusted advisors and counselors, their accounting acumen and counsel deliver unmatched value to clients.”
Debay has more than a decade of experience and focuses on taxation consulting and accounting issues facing privately held companies. As a licensed CPA, she works closely with clients to help them plan successful business and tax strategies. She has a bachelor’s degree from Oakland University and a master’s degree from Walsh College.
As a licensed CPA since 2005, Hammons has gained a wealth of experience in audits of privately held businesses financial statements in various industries. With comprehensive knowledge and understanding of employee benefit plans, she has been instrumental in enhancing the firm’s Employee Benefit Plan audit practice since joining the firm in 2019. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Michigan University.
Salomon joined Schlaupitz Madhavan in 2020 and has 34 years of public accounting experience. He specializes in appraising closely held businesses for mergers and acquisitions, business financing, estate and gift tax, built-in gains, owner disputes and insurance company settlements. In addition to being a CPA, he is accredited in business valuation (ABV) and is a certified valuation analyst (CVA). He holds a bachelor’s degree from Walsh College.