Rebecca Turner Maquet is a Principal at DHJJ and the firm’s go-to problem solver for complex issues involving multiple entities, multiple owners, mixed businesses and multi-state matters related to income taxes. She brings over 25 years of experience, as a Certified Public Accountant, to help her clients with a full slate of accounting and business advisory services: tax, accounting, retirement planning, business consulting and entrepreneurial services. Her specialties are taxation (multi-state tax, state and local tax, tax issues for multiple entities and multiple owners) and providing deep QuickBooks knowledge.

Whether navigating day-to-day business challenges or resolving entrenched, long-term accounting problems, Beki enjoys working with her clients and their trusted business advisors as she unravels the thread of accounting snarls. Armed with a thorough understanding of the reporting and documentation that buyers and lenders rely on, Beki aids her clients in preparing for, negotiating and executing successful business transactions.

In addition to her client work, Beki developed and leads the firm’s Innovative Services Group as well as QuickBooks training courses for professionals and assists both colleagues and clients in setting up and sorting out even the most complicated entities for efficient accounting and reporting processes. Her experience also includes coordinating the firm’s Naperville education partnership with School District 203 as a volunteer and is the current acting Treasurer of her son’s sports organization.

Beki, a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, studied at Elmhurst College and is a hockey and baseball mom to her two boys. A lifelong sports enthusiast, she has competed in multiple triathlons and is an avid Cubs and Blackhawks fan.

Fun Facts:

  • Rebecca got to dance on the field when the Pirates won game 5 on her tenth birthday – quite a moment for anyone but especially for such a devoted fan of all the Pittsburgh teams.
  • She’s a very competitive person who swam on a team from the age of six all the way through high school.
  • Rebecca has the unexplained but independently confirmed ability to find convenient parking anywhere she goes, earning her the sobriquet “Queen of Close Parking.”