Amber Larsen is a Tax Manager at DHJJ with 16 years of experience in meeting tax and audit needs for a wide array of clients. She offers comprehensive tax planning and preparation for high net worth individuals and trusts, as well as diverse business niches that include the medical, chiropractic, transportation and service industries.
In addition to her deep knowledge of tax matters, Amber delivers guidance on business operations, helping her clients think outside the box and look at their progress in new ways. She also provides QuickBooks support to explore and resolve reporting issues when they arise.
Her professional memberships include the AICPA and the Illinois CPA Society.
Amber is a Rainmaker Academy alumnus where she won recognition for her consistent business growth throughout the program. She holds a certificate in leadership training, mentoring and business development as well as a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Masters of Taxation from DePaul University.
Volunteering is a way of life for Amber, who went on short-term mission trips over a period of five years with GO Ministries. On these trips, she traveled to the Dominican Republic doing mission work in sugar cane villages on the Haitian border, where the group built nutritional feeding centers for the malnourished children, built other buildings for the villagers and held medical clinics. Today, Amber serves on the finance committee of the Christian Church of Clarendon Hills. She and her husband have two young daughters.
- To say that Amber enjoys traveling would be an understatement. She has visited 13 countries, four of them more than once, and plans to keep exploring. So far, Italy is her favorite.
- She has the uncanny ability to talk like she’s full of helium without actually inhaling any.
- Amber’s home town of Jacksonville, Illinois, may be small at only 25,000 residents but it has a unique distinction: Jacksonville is the home of the Eli Bridge Company that builds the Ferris Wheels seen at amusement parks and fairs across the nation.