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Vega D. Girodo


*Regulated by the State of Florida


Educational Achievements:

Bachelor of Science - Accounting
University of Alabama


Certified Public Accountant:



Professional Memberships:

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA)

Professional Affiliations:

Palm Beach Chapter of FICPA
  • Former Board of Director, Officer and Past President
Palm Beach State College
  • Business Partnership Council Member

Experience and Responsibilities:

Mrs. Girodo specializes in federal, state, corporate, individual and partnership taxation and planning, financial statement reporting including auditing and assurance services. Industry experience includes the following areas: healthcare, retail, non-profit, community associations and real estate.



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