Virginia McCarthy joined our firm in 2014 as a part-time bookkeeper. She is happily married and a mother of two boys. Before she joined our firm, she was a stay-at-home mom for eleven years until her youngest was finally old enough to be in school full time.
Her past work experience includes accounts receivable and accounts payable for a small camera store chain. After a few years of gaining valuable bookkeeping experience there, she and her mother decided to open a consignment shop in the area. Together they enjoyed working side by side for four successful years until she sold the business to stay at home and raise her first child.
In between her boys’ various sports activities and school events, Virginia, her husband Fred and sons Jack and Ryan enjoy vacation time either going up to the Pocono Mountains or going down to the Jersey Shore with extended family or friends. On her downtime, she can be found alongside her husband participating in local car shows, attending events in and around the area or just relaxing at home enjoying her family!
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The Department of Labor (DOL) announced a final rule that allows a much larger pool of employees to earn overtime if they work more than 40 hours per week. Specifically, the DOL raised the salary level for employees who are counted as “exempt” (or unable to earn overtime pay).