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Rachel Wehrman

CPA

Senior Manager

Professional Overview

Rachel leads the firm’s Accelerate practice for the Charleston office, specializing in outsourced accounting, budgeting and forecasting, cash flow management, and operational analysis. She has more than 14 years of finance and accounting experience in both the private and public sector.

Prior to joining Elliott Davis, Rachel held both controller and senior finance positions for emerging, middle-market and high-growth companies across a variety of industries. Rachel’s extensive experience allows her to assist clients in increasing efficiency and accuracy of financial reporting, enabling a shift in focus to financial planning and analysis.

Education, Credentials, and Special Training

  • Certified Public Accountant, licensed in Virginia (South Carolina pending)
  • BS, Accounting, James Madison University

Professional Affiliations

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants

Civic and Community Activities

  • Past Board Member, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Richmond & Tri-Cities

Services

Accounting Advisory Services

Industries

Manufacturing & Distribution

Authored by Rachel Wehrman

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Improving Profitability with Cost Accounting

Nov 09th, 2020

How to harness cost data to drive business success. Unless you are in a unique circumstance, you have probably used some version of the following…
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Is your payroll process a risk to your…

Oct 13th, 2020

Although payroll processing is a core function for organizations and payroll systems house massive amounts of sensitive employee data, the compulsory (non-revenue-generating) nature of this…
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