Helen Routson joined the Carmines Robbins & Company, PLC team in 2007. As an Associate, Helen specializes in individual tax return preparation, as well a performing quarterly write-up services and payroll tax returns. Prior to joining the firm, Helen worked at Malvin, Riggins & Company, PC. She also performs accounting services and prepares financial reports for Johnson Mortgage Co., LLC, Colonia Virginia Mortgage Co., LLC, and JHB Mortgage Services. Helen has earned a Bachelor of Science, with a concentration in Accounting, from Christopher Newport University, as well as a Bachelor degree from Baldwin Wallace College. She is a Certified Public Accountant. Outside of the office, Helen is an active member of St. Luke’s Methodist Church, and enjoys participating in their charitable activities. She also enjoys playing tennis, biking, gardening, landscaping, reading, and babysitting her grandson.
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