Ms. Kosnik has worked in public accounting since June of 1996. She went on to open her firm, Better Business Tax & Accounting, Inc in Metro Detroit, in 2001. She teaches continuing education with the National Tax Practice Institute (NTPI) and has completed a rigorous three year fellowship, which is run by the National Association of Enrolled Agents, at their annual conference in Las Vegas. She is a director on the board of the Michigan Chapter of the NAEA and is involved with the National level of the NAEA. She has participated in Fly In Day, joining other Enrolled Agents in Washington DC to walk the halls of Congress and meet with Congressional members and their staff in an attempt to educate them on various areas of the Tax Code and its impact on taxpayers. She recently co-authored a chapter on taxation of trusts in the book: Administering the California Special Needs Trust, by Kevin Urbatsch.