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Beth Vermeer, Ph.D., CPA (Maryland)

Part Time Program Chair, Masters in Accounting to Program Chair, Masters in Accounting, Forensic Accounting, and Business Forensics

beth.vermeer@franklin.edu

Education

2013
Drexel University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Doctor of Philosophy, Business Administration
1996
University of North Texas (Denton, Texas)
Bachelor of Science, Accounting
1996
University of North Texas (Denton, Texas)
Master of Science, Taxation

Licensures

2019
Certified Public Accountant, Maryland State Board of Public Accountancy, Expiration Date: 2021

Work Experience

2021 - Present
Franklin University, Part Time Program Chair, Masters in Accounting to Program Chair, Masters in Accounting, Forensic Accounting, and Business Forensics
2014 - Present
University of Delaware, Assistant Profesor, Newark, Delaware
2013 - 2013
University of Delaware, Visiting Assistant Professor, Newark, Delaware
2012 - 2013
Drexel University, PhD Candidate/Instructor, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2006 - 2007
Howard Community College, Associate Professor, Columbia, Maryland
2005 - 2006
Cohen, Rutherford & Knight, PC, Assistant Vice President, Tax Services, Bethesda, Maine
1999 - 2009
Beth Y. Vermeer, CPA, Self-employed accountant and tax advisor, Clarksville, Maryland
1999 - 2005
Prince George's Community College, Full Professor, Largo, Maryland
1998 - 1999
Grace, Reed & Kreider, P.C., Tax and Financial Planning Advisor, Hershey, Pennsylvania
1996 - 1998
Arthur Andersen LLP, Tax and Business Advisor, Dallas, Texas

Publications & Presentations

Vermeer, B., Spilker, B., & Curatola, A. (2020). Tax Professionals and Antecedents to Aggressive Decision Making: An Examination of Client Identification and Economic Importance. The Journal of the American Taxation Association (JATA). The Journal of the American Taxation Association (JATA).
Vermeer, B., Greenstein, B., & Persellin, M. (2020). Optimal Choice of Entity to Maximize the Qualified Business Income Deduction. The Tax Adviser.
Edmonds, C., Leece, R., Vermeer, B., & Vermeer, T. (2020). The Information Value of Qualified and Adverse Audit Reports: Evidence from the Municipal Sector. A Journal of Practice & Theory, 39, pp. 21-41. A Journal of Practice & Theory.
Vermeer, B., & Styles, A. (2019). Online Availability and Accessibility of Local Government Financial Statements: Is the Public Interest Being Served?. Accounting and the Public Interest (API), 19, pp. 57-82. Accounting and the Public Interest (API).
Edmonds, C., Edmonds, J., Vermeer, B., & Vermeer, T. (2017). Does Timeliness of Financial Information Matter in the Governmental Sector?. Journal of Accounting & Public Policy, 36, pp. 163-176. Journal of Accounting & Public Policy.
Vermeer, B., & Greenstein, B. (2014). Unresolved Issues Regarding the Foreign Tax Credit: A Case of the United Kingdom Windfall Tax. Journal of Legal Tax Research, 12, pp. 1-15. American Accounting Association (AAA) Sectional Journal of the American Taxation Association.
Greenstein, B., Persellin, M., & Vermeer, B. (2014). Corporate Compensation Planning: Determining Reasonableness. Corporate Taxation, 41, pp. 3-13. Corporate Taxation.
Vermeer, B., & Greenstein, B. (2013). U.S. Supreme Court Refines Interpretation of Foreign Tax Credit. Strategic Finance, 95. Strategic Finance.

Professional Service

2019
Reviewer
Accounting and the Public Interest
2018
Moderator
American Accounting Association – GNP Section Midyear Meeting
2018
Reviewer
American Accounting Association – ATA Section Midyear Meeting
2018
Reviewer
Behavioral Tax Symposium (served as reviewer for two (2) manuscripts)
2017
Reviewer
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy – Reviewer for Conference and Special Issue
2015
Committee Member
American Accounting Association (AAA) – American Taxation Association (ATA) Section
2014
Board Member
Journal of Legal Tax Research (JLTR) - American Taxation Association (ATA) Sectional Journal of American Accounting Association (AAA)
2013
Committee Member
Accounting Professor Search/Hiring Committee, University of Delaware, Department of Accounting & MIS
(Newark, Delaware) End Date: 2014