A2SO4 promotes Felicia Brown
Felicia D. Brown has been named chief financial officer for the Indianapolis architecture firm, A2SO4. Brown was promoted after being controller for two years, and becomes the first CFO of the 10-year-old company.
Brown was a senior financial analyst for WellPoint Inc., before joining A2SO4 in 2008. She has more than 17 years experience in accounting and finance, and has worked as a senior accountant for Windrose Medical Properties, Girl Scouts of Central Indiana and Simon Property Group.
A native of Decatur, Ill., Brown moved to Indianapolis in 2000, to go to the Kelley School of Business. She has bachelor’s degrees in both accounting and finance.
Brown and her husband, Tony, live in Carmel with their two sons.
IRS says no more tax forms in the mail
WASHINGTON (CNN) – Electronic filing of tax returns has become so popular that the Internal Revenue Service will no longer automatically mail a traditional paper form.
“We’re finding that more and more people are choosing to e-file, and the number of paper returns is going down,” said IRS spokesman, Anthony Burke. He said the agency last year mailed the old-style set of paper forms, tables and instructions to just 8 percent of the nation’s taxpayers.
Burke said 96 million taxpayers this year have filed electronically, with another 20 million filing through professional tax preparers. The IRS hopes to save $10 million a year by not automatically mailing the materials.
Those who prefer hardcopy documents can still find them at libraries, post offices and walk-in IRS offices around the country. After Jan. 1 2011, they can request a mailing through the IRS toll-free number, (800) 829-3676.
The materials will also be available to download and print out from the IRS Web site www.irs.gov.