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An original staff member, Laura Matthews has been with Carmines Robbins & Company, PLC since the firm’s inception in June of 1994. As Administrative Assistant, Laura manages accounts receivables, banking, collections, outgoing client communications, and filing. Prior to joining the firm, Laura worked at Goodman & Company, where she performed accounts receivables, banking, tax processing, and filing. She also worked as an Administrative Assistant at Malvin, Riggins & Carmines. Laura has earned a Certificate in Early Childhood Education from Thomas Nelson Community College, and in her free time enjoys bowling, shopping, and watching sports.
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