Sales Tax rates are going up in the State of Utah effective April 1, 2019.
As a result of the Utah voter approved Proposition 3, the statewide sales tax rate will be raised from 4.7 to 4.85 percent.

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Bailey Rinderknecht

Bailey Rinderknecht

Bailey Rinderknecht, an up and coming tax professional in the Logan office, graduated from Utah State University with a Masters of Accounting tax emphasis in 2018. While attending USU, she helped start the Real Estate Club in the business school and actively participated as the club treasurer. Raised in Garland, Utah, she is looking forward to contributing back to the Cache and Box Elder communities. Bailey has a deep love and appreciation for entrepreneurs and is excited to work one on one with those building their own businesses and helping them achieve their dreams and growing with them. Bailey loves navigating the tax code and learning new and creative methods to help tax payers keep their income in their own pockets.

Bailey has a passion for traveling, rodeo, and keeping up her 2 year old son. She met her husband, Joe, while on a cattle drive and has been joining him in his own entrepreneurial adventures since they were married in 2013.

Education:

  • Masters of Accounting – Utah State University
  • Bachelors of Science in Accounting – Utah State University
  • Minor in Personal Financial Planning – Utah State University

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