October 19, 2017

In today's age we have a laundry list of rules and regulations that need to be considered when accounting for private aircraft operations.

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Julianne Christensen is a CPA and the managing member of AeroCPA, LLC. She was introduced to aviation rules and regulations as the CFO of a Part 135 charter operation. After helping that operation branch out into aircraft management under both FAR Part 91 and Part 135, she expanded her practice and created AeroCPA, LLC in order to help other companies navigate the accounting rules and regulations as they pertain to private aircraft operations. Prior to specializing in aviation, Julianne started her career with a strong foundation as a CPA in  public practice with a focus on federal and state income tax for various industries including oil and gas, equipment operating & leasing, real estate and many others. See the "about" section of this blog for more information on AeroCPA, LLC.

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