Jan Lewis is a Tax Partner with Haddox Reid Eubank Betts PLLC in Jackson, MS. Her responsibilities include income and estate tax planning, research, and compliance for individual and business clients. Her areas of practice include healthcare, oil & gas, construction and real estate. She has taught continuing education classes sponsored by the Mississippi Society of CPAs in the area of individual tax planning and S Corporation Tax Issues, and has given presentations on financial literacy, current tax policy, and other tax issues to various groups across Mississippi.
Jan is active in the Mississippi Society of CPAs, having served on the MSCPA Board of Governors, and as President of the Society. She has previously served as an officer of the Society’s Central Chapter, and as a trustee of the Mississippi Tax Institute. Jan is a member of the MSCPA’s Long Range Planning Committee, and is currently the chair of the MSCPA’s Young CPAs Liaison Committee. She has served as the MSCPA’s elected representative to the AICPA Council, and has served on the AICPA Life Insurance and Disability Plans Committee. She recently was appointed to the AICPA’s Tax Practice and Procedures Committee.
She attends Broadmoor Baptist Church, where she is a member of the finance committee and sings in the choir. Jan and her husband, John live in Jackson with their dogs, Griffin, Annie and Connie.
Jan is a native of Jackson Mississippi, and a 1985 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Mississippi State University. She is a member and past chairperson of the Richard Adkerson School of Accountancy Advisory Board at MSU. She was chosen as MSU Beta Alpha Psi Alumnus of the Year in 2000. She is a loyal supporter of Bulldog athletics, especially MSU Baseball and Football.