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Amy Jackson Promoted to Principal at Brown Smith Wallace


(ST. LOUIS, July 23, 2019) Amy Jackson has been promoted to principal in the Tax practice at Brown Smith Wallace. She previously served as a manager in this practice specializing in the sales tax area.

Jackson’s sales tax experience includes state audit defense, ‘reverse audits’ (looking for savings type adjustments), consultation, planning, compliance (preparation and review), and overall sales tax minimization strategies. She brings strong project management skills and a commitment to delivering exceptional service to her clients.

Jackson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from William Woods University and a Juris Doctorate degree from Saint Louis University School of Law. She is a member of the Missouri Bar Association and serves on the tax committee for Associated Industries of Missouri. She is also a member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT) and serves on the committee for the local chapter in St. Louis.


About Brown Smith Wallace

Brown Smith Wallace—an independent member firm of Moore Stephens North America—is a nationally recognized, top 100, full-service CPA and business advisory firm in Missouri with more than 300 employees. The firm is the top-ranked St. Louis firm in the 2020 Vault Accounting Firm rankings and is recognized as a top workplace for women by the Accounting MOVE Project. For more information, visit or call 314.983.1200.

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For More Information Contact:                               

Cheryl Foster                                                    Valeria Klamm  

314.983.1321                                                    314.983.1353                                   


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