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Hutchinson and Bloodgood has named five new partners. The appointments were made in several practice areas in the accounting firm's offices throughout California.

The new partners include Susy Galloway, who joined H&B in 2003. Galloway works in international and domestic industries, such as manufacturing, agricultural, construction, hospitality, medical and services.

Based in Glendale, Luba Kvitchko, who came to the firm in 2007, has experience in providing accounting, audit, and business consulting services to small and medium size businesses, as well as significant experience in auditing financial statements.  Her areas of expertise include SOC engagements. Also in Glendale is Sue Son, who came to H&B in 2008 and who provides tax services to various types of individuals and businesses, including consolidated, multistate, and foreign entities, trusts, and nonprofit organizations. She is an expert at dealing with the Internal Revenue Service and California Franchise Tax Board, as well as other state agencies in a wide range of tax issues, from payroll to penalties and collections

In San Diego,  Leah LeLoup, works with a variety of industries including software, bio-tech, alternative energy, professional services, and real estate. She specializes in international tax compliance for both domestic and inbound foreign companies as well as individual tax returns with a focus on United States expatriates and those new to the American  tax system.  LeLoup came to the firm in 2010. Based in Watsonville, Kimbra Said joined H&B in 2012. She offers audit, tax and attest services for nonprofit organizations, HOA’s, pension plans and various other nonpublic industries.

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