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Harold “Hal” Armstrong, CPA

Tax & Audit Partner

Hal has over 40 years of experience in the areas of corporate, individual and fiduciary taxation as well as auditing for-profit and not-for-profit entities. He has special interest and experience in the areas of international and multi-state tax issues. He serves clients in the manufacturing, wholesale distribution, hotel services as well as medical and legal practices. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA). He also serves on a number of local boards.
NC CPA Certificate Number: 12296
 
Experience:
  • Joined Martin Starnes & Associates, CPAs, P.A. in November 2014 through merger
  • Partner at Capps, Armstrong & Priestley, LLP since 2002
  • Joined Capps, Foster & Company in 1977

Training and Education:

  • Bachelor of Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – 1976
  • Extensive audit and tax experience  with closely held companies, partnerships, fiduciary, and individual income taxes
  • International and multi-state taxation and consolidations

Professional and Community Activities:

  • Former Board Member of First United Methodist Church Finance Committee
  • Board Member of the Children's Advocacy and Protection Council
  • Treasurer of Western Carolina County Kiwanis Club
  • Member of Catawba Valley Chapter of the North Carolina Association of CPA's (NCACPA)
  • NCACPA and AICPA Member

Contact Stacee at 828-327-2727 x121 or email info@martinstarnes.com

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