Stacie joined Grass, Coffey & Scharlau CPAs in January, 2013. Her career began as a Revenue Agent with the IRS in Chicago upon graduation from college. After just a few years, she went into private accounting where she spent the next twenty years serving industries such as non-profit, industrial, retail services and mortgage banking. In May, 2017 Stacie became a shareholder and continues the legacy of GCS in providing proactive & responsive tax & accounting advice for clients who are unwilling to settle for where their business is and strive for something more.
Stacie’s main area of focus is providing clients a comprehensive tax/retirement plan that gives clients knowledge and power over their financial future; especially those who have S Corporations, Partnerships and closely held businesses.
In January, 2017, Stacie had the honor of joining the board of Arizona Helping Hands, a local non-profit serving the needs of foster children and their families. This amazing organization provides basic needs (especially a safe place to sleep) for thousands of children in the foster care system who mostly have nothing. She is on the Finance Committee, Executive Committee, and serves as Treasurer.
Income Tax Planning & Preparation | Individual & Business Consulting | Estate & Trust Income Tax Preparation | Corporations | Partnerships | Limited Liability Companies | Sole Proprietorships | Retirement Coaching
Stacie graduated from Indiana University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science in Business; Majoring in Accounting.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) | Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA)
Stacie and her husband Dan live in Peoria with their two sons, daughter, and dog Rollo. With three children, volunteering and actively serving at church, Stacie believes in having a full life, not a busy one. She enjoys hiking, reading and visiting the ocean as much as possible.