Rebecca Hoover, CPADirector of Tax & Wealth Advisor

Becky has more than 20 years of tax experience within a “Big 4” tax consulting environment in both federal and international tax practices, most recently at KPMG and previously in-house with Electrolux North America. Her experience includes a wide variety of tax issues, including executive compensation arrangements, corporate financing, and the taxation of complex financial products, as well as financial modeling.

She attended the University of Florida, earning a Bachelor of Science, with Honors, and a Master of Accountancy. She started her career in Atlanta with PricewaterhouseCoopers, working with high-net-worth individuals, estates, business valuations, and flow through businesses. Subsequent positions included tax planning and financial statement preparation work with start-up technology companies, financial institutions, and multinational corporations. She is a registered Certified Public Accountant (“CPA”) in Georgia and North Carolina.

She holds her Series 65 license and is a Registered Investment Advisor Representative. Becky is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (“AICPA”).

She has numerous publications in Tax Advisor Weekly, on a variety of tax topics, several of which were selected for publication in Thomson Reuters’ Practical International Tax Strategies and Checkpoint database. She has presented tax topics at conferences in Canada, the Netherlands, Singapore, and in the U.S. She served as the Regional Vice President of the International Fiscal Association. Additionally, Becky was an adjunct professor at Queens University and taught Financial Accounting. She is currently co-chair of the Women on Boards 2020 Charlotte Chapter.

Becky is passionate about community involvement and assisted in the formation and growth of the Chattahoochee RiverKeeper in Atlanta as well as Pat’s Place Child Advocacy Center in Charlotte. She saw both organizations grow from start ups to organizations with multi-million dollar annual operating budgets. While working with Pat’s Place, she served in all roles on the Executive Committee and served on the Board of the Carolina Raptor Center. Becky is a member of Christ Episcopal Church and enjoys yoga, playing bass guitar, and working on her golf game.