Eric Ingis, CPA
Eric Ingis is a Supervisor at Ryan and Wetmore, PC. With the firm since 2014, Eric has become an integral part of the firm’s tax team. Eric focuses on providing various tax advisory services for high net worth individuals, corporations and partnerships as well as providing state and local tax (SALT) advisory services to businesses of all sizes in order to mitigate risk, identify tax savings opportunities and remain in compliance with various state and local laws. These SALT services include individuals who have a Schedule K-1(s) from pass-through entities operating in several states, as well as businesses that have operations that require a multi-state presence. Eric earned a Masters in Accountancy from the University of Vermont and a B.S. degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Delaware.
Amanda Ramsey, CPA
Amanda Ramsey is a Supervisor at Ryan & Wetmore, P.C. She joined the firm full-time in 2012, and has since become an integral part of the firm’s tax team. Amanda focuses on providing various tax services to clients, with a strong focus in Estate, Trust and Individual taxation. Amanda received a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from George Mason University and is a member of the AICPA.
Lori Kubic, CPA
Lori Kubic is a Supervisor with Ryan & Wetmore. Since joining the firm in December of 2012, Lori has focused on outsourced accounting services. Lori obtained a B.S. in Mathematics from Tri-State University and a B.S. in Accounting from Shepherd University. Prior to joining Ryan and Wetmore, Lori worked in the insurance industry in an actuarial capacity for 8 years prior to her career as a CPA and in the construction industry for 10 years subsequent to earning her CPA designation.
Zachary Ficklin, MA
Senior Finance Consultant
Zach Ficklin holds the position of Senior Finance Consultant at Ryan & Wetmore, P.C. He primarily works with clients on business consulting, finance, budgeting, scenario modeling optimization, mergers and acquisitions, federal contracting, and various other analytical industry specific solutions. Zach earned his M.A. degree in Economics from Johns Hopkins University and a B.A. in Economics with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Maryland. He has previously served as a research assistant at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), worked as an economics teaching assistant at JHU, and completed independent research projects with university faculty focusing on topics in macroeconomics and transportation.