Rebecca Pavese, CPA
Rebecca Pavese, CPA, became a client service manager in 2005. Based in the Atlanta office since 2008, she supervises the delivery of income tax planning and return preparation services to approximately 130 clients nationwide.
Rebecca joined Palisades Hudson in 2000 as an associate in our tax and financial planning practice in New York, after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. in business administration. In 2003, she received her master’s degree in accounting from Pace University. She has worked extensively in our tax, financial accounting and estate planning and administration practices. She also supervises Palisades Hudson’s accounting and administration services for estates and trusts, as well as accounting services for a complex oil and gas investment partnership.
Rebecca is the author of several Sentinel articles, including “Estate Planning In An Uncertain Environment” (April 2012), “Here Is What Happens If You Are Audited” (April 2011), “Making Your Move Manageable” (April 2009), “Leaving Your Retirement Fund Behind” (January 2006), and “New Rules Return Flexibility To Fiduciaries,” about the new Uniform Prudent Investor Act (January 2003). She also wrote two articles on Section 529 college savings plans: “College Savings Plans Make the Grade” in January 2002 and “Choosing a Section 529 College Savings Plan,” co-authored with Shomari Hearn, in April 2002.