President / CPA
Andrew spent eight years in Public Accounting, specializing in Tax and in helping Small Business clients with their Accounting needs. After spending four years as the Chief Financial Officer for a 75-person group of companies in Joplin, one of those years also serving as President, Andrew founded Jordan CPA Services to serve Carthage and surrounding communities.
With his Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Summa Cum Laude, Missouri State University, May 2005 and Master of Accountancy, Summa Cum Laude, Missouri State University, May 2006, Andrew also holds credentials as a Certified Public Accountant,
QuickBooks Online Certified ProAdvisor, and QuickBooks Desktop Certified ProAdvisor.
Andrew enjoys reading, (starting a Tolkien club in high school), cooking and eating good food, and traveling, especially to Europe. His latest hobby is (much to his surprise) going to the gym.
Andrew volunteers with the Carthage Community Foundation on the Board of Directors as well as the Marketing/Branding Team Co-Chair for the Carthage Rotary Board. Andrew maintains current memberships with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants
Project Manager / COO
Emma learned about handling cash while working for a bank, how to handle Accounts Receivable while working for a pharmacy, and the ins and outs of Accounts Payable working for Leggett and Platt. She uses this diverse experience to help customers with a variety of Accounting needs.
Outside of the office, Emma enjoys a variety of crafting activities including knitting, crocheting, and painting. She founded and still runs the local Hip Handmade Market, bringing the best local crafters together twice a year for a market. She also enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, traveling, and listening to music, especially Beyoncé.
Emma has been a volunteer educator with Art Feeds for several years and now enjoys getting to use Volunteer Time Off to spend time in the classroom during the day. She also volunteers on the Carthage Art Walk Committee.
Vice President of Service
Sarah realized accounting was her niche while working for a bank. After returning to school and finishing her degree, she spent three and a half years in Public Accounting working on taxes and small business accounting. Sara has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Missouri Southern State University.
Sarah loves reading, especially mysteries and science fiction. She enjoys baking and has learned to make a variety of desserts for her friends and family. Sarah enjoys learning new crafts and is often working on a variety of things including crochet, dot painting, tri-loom weaving, sewing, Viking weaving, and crafts for toddlers.
For several years, Sarah has been volunteering in her church nursery, toddler, and three-year-old rooms. She also serves as the treasurer for the Carthage Boy Scout Troop 9.