Cynthia Hudson, CPA
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Cynthia Hudson, CPA
Member

“Intentional service to others is an honor and privilege.  To care for others is the best work we can do.”

Cynthia joined Barfield, Murphy, Shank & Smith in 2005. She is a member in the tax area where her primary focus is providing tax compliance, tax planning, and IRS notices resolution to businesses, individuals and non-profit organizations. Cynthia is the “go to” person for Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT) and has saved clients over $1.5 million through IRS resolutions.

Cynthia has 20 years of experience in the accounting profession. Her colleagues and clients describe her as “Bold but Kind.”  She became a CPA to alleviate the fears that taxes can bring. Taxes are very personal and helping solve tax problems brings a great deal of peace of mind to her clients. Being a tax accountant is very nurturing and provides a constant stream of opportunities to solve problems that affect people personally.

Cynthia attributes much of her success to an abiding faith, an encouraging husband, and growing up in a small business which developed a work ethic and perseverance that continues to guide her. Having grown up in a family-owned small business, she can easily relate to the joys and frustrations of owning a small business and is familiar with the issues facing the small business owner.

Cynthia grew up in Sheffield, the Shoals area of north Alabama. She currently resides in Madison where she and her husband attend St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, enjoy gardening and playing with the grandchildren.

Designations

  • Certified Public Accountant- Maryland, Mississippi, Alabama 

Memberships:

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA)

 Education:

  • University of North Alabama
    • Bachelor of Science
  • University of Maryland University College-Okinawa Japan
    • Bachelor of Science
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