Mary joined The Hagen Firm in 1999. Her expertise lies in individual, estate, gift, and trust taxation. As an Enrolled Agent, she is licensed to represent the firm's clients in front of the IRS. Prior to joining the firm, Mary worked for Cigna Financial as a Financial Assistant. She also worked as an Adjunct Professor in the Business School at Northwest Nazarene University.
Mary has B.A. in Finance from Northwest Nazarene University and a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Idaho State University. Outside of the office, she enjoys her church, golf, travel, and her family.
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