Ronald A. Swichkow
Florida – 1980 Georgia – 1982
Series 6, 63, 65 and 22, Life, accident & health, variable life and annuities
University of Florida, Bachelor’s of Business Administration, Cum Laude – 1979
1979-1982: Staff Accountant – Coopers & Lybrand
1982-1983: Tax Accountant – Coopers & Lybrand
1983-1987: Group Vice-President and Director of Tax & Risk Management –
First American Bank of Georgia (formerly National Bank of Georgia)
1987-1988: Vice-President & Director of Tax – Georgia Federal Bank, FSB
1988-2015: Shareholder – D’Huyvetter & Swichkow, P.C.
2016-current: Managing Shareholder – D’Huyvetter & Swichkow, P.C.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants (Ethics Committee)
Certified QuickBooks Professional Advisor
Temple Beth Tikvah – President 2013 – 2016
2002 East Cobb FastPitch Volunteer of the Year
533 Johnson Ferry Road
Marietta, GA 30068
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