Jennifer Buss

Jennifer Buss has spent the last five years as an Enrolled Agent (EA), tax preparer and accountant for ATMS. Buss has prepared tax returns for four years for both individuals and businesses. She also sets up LLC’ s, prepares sales tax returns, does payroll processing and payroll taxes, as well as bookkeeping and financial statements for ATMS clients. Buss continually attends conferences and classes to stay up-to-date on the most recent tax laws.

Buss obtained an Associate of Arts Degree from Ozarks Technical Community College in May 2014. She then transferred to Missouri State University where she pursued a bachelor’s degree. She graduated from MSU with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting Degree in December, 2017. She completed and passed all three parts of the Enrolled Agents exam in early 2018.

Buss has three wonderful children, and also has the cutest grandchildren who call her Gigi. “I am proud of myself on being friendly and courteous, not only to the other staff members of ATMS but to all of ATMS’ clients as well,” she said. “I always strive to be attentive to the client’s needs and accurate D work to the best of my abilities. I am always eager to learn new material, especially with the continuing education seminars I attend.”

Buss has been with ATMS since July 2013.

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