Anderson ZurMuehlen expert, Jan Schweitzer, explains the revision of IRS Form 941 and walks viewers through the navigation of the form. She also answers common questions regarding the form.
About Jan Schweitzer
Anderson ZurMuehlen is a Montana-based accounting firm serving clients in Montana and all across the country, specializing in traditional accounting services, wealth management, and System and Organization Control examinations including SOC 1 and SOC 2, cyber security assessments, IT assurance services, and outsourced technology solutions.
Jan has over 30 years of experience in both private and public accounting, and provides audit and consulting services to nonprofit, for-profit, and governmental entities. Her practice emphasizes accounting, financial reporting, and consulting services, with specific expertise in fraud and internal controls. She has presented in several internal, local, and statewide conferences and forums on various subjects, including financial management for nonprofits, internal controls and risk management, grant compliance, and QuickBooks.
Jan is the Business Unit Director for the Accounting Solutions Unit of Anderson ZurMuehlen, and has served on several nonprofit boards, including positions as Chair and Treasurer. She is a member of the AICPA, MSCPA, and Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
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