Arilla Butts

Tax preparer and bookkeeper Arilla Butts fulfills a critical role at the growing Marshfield office. She has over 20 years of experience in bookkeeping in various fields and has prepared taxes for six years. Her many college credit hours offers ATMS diversity in many aspects of her job.

“I find that if you make your clients feel comfortable, welcomed and educated they will put their trust in you for life,” Butts said. “There is satisfaction in seeing your clients grow and expand with your help year after year and become like family.”

Butts has been with ATMS in Marshfield since January 2018. “I chose to work for ATMS due to the loyal following of clients and their family atmosphere,” she said. “It’s a feeling of coming home and that is what I strive to give my clients. I look forward to many years in the Marshfield area growing with my clients.”

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