Kemberley is featured in the New Orleans Tribune UpNext Column as a young professional in NOLA doing great things. Check out her interview here!
Get the Most Out of Tax Season: When you hear the term taxes, it generally provokes a positive or negative response depending on who you are. Kemberley Washington, wants to make sure you get the most out of your tax experience and tax return this year.
Kemberley helps to break down financial terms for the beginning investor.
From cash management to saving money, Kemberley provides helpful personal finance tips for Bankrate.com. Some of her noteworthy contributions are Increase Cash Flows, Trick yourself into saving and Budget or go home.
Kemberley has contributed articles to FoxBusiness.com. She has provided tax and small business tips to help sole proprietors and small businesses navigate through financial and business affairs. Her articles Four Ways to Beat a Small Business Tax Audit and What the IRS doesn’t want you to know are great reads for those facing tax issues.
Looking for ways to reduce your student loan payments? Kemberley provides tips to help with student loan management.
Kemberley has contributed articles to SmartAsset, a personal finance website devoted to help users make better financial decisions. Kemberley’s articles provide assistance to those looking to purchase or sell their homes or simply understand the “ins and outs” of the market. Check out her article, Real Estate Market Trends.
The New Orleans Tribune first began publishing in 1864 and was the first Black daily newspaper in the United States. The Tribune is dedicated to social justice and civil rights for all Louisiana citizens. Kemberley has contributed personal finance articles to both online and print media for the Tribune. Her articles, “Should you follow your passion or paycheck,” or “Should money matter when selecting a spouse?” have received favorable attention.
As an educator and CPA, Kemberley is a huge advocate of helping future CPAs. From her involvement with AICPA, NABA, and other organizations, she believes in making certain those behind her succeed. She has contributed to NABA’s monthly newsletter, the Spectrum, to provide helpful tips to young CPAs.
The AICPA Insider is a newsletter produced by CPA’s for CPA’s. The newsletter provides guidance from issues, such as client management, expanding your financial practice and client communication. Check out Kemberley’s contributions, Surviving natural disasters or Should you add personal financial planning to your practice?
As a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agent, Kemberley provides not only personal finance tips but can tackle the complexity of the tax law. Her contribution, Betting on the House, provides other CPA’s with guidance to handle the ever so changing tax laws.
The Street is a website to educate readers regarding investing, finance, and businesses. Through its network of financial news, Kemberley has contributed to Main Street, which provides personal finance blog. Check out her article, Wipe out student loans.