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Maria Murphy

Maria Murphy

Maria L. Murphy is a CPA and freelance writer. She is a writer and editor for Thomson Reuters Checkpoint and a frequent contributor to the AICPA’s Journal of Accountancy and CPA Insider. She writes content for corporate websites, newsletters, blogs, and press releases. She spent her career in public accounting and private industry controllership, with extensive experience in accounting, auditing, quality control, and SEC reporting. Her passion is translating technical subjects into user-friendly language and getting readers excited about financial and compliance topics. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and their two Maltese pups.

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