My goal is to help my clients sleep easier knowing they have a resource in the Firm and in me.

Jessica Moulder knows the key to providing invaluable accounting services to organizations is to become an integral part of that organization’s accounting processes. She has been with Henry+Horne for 15 years, bringing 20 years of accounting experience to her role. She is known for training and teaching technical concepts in a way that is easily understandable for clients and team members. In her leadership role with Accounting Services, she oversees accounting services for a variety of industries including not-for-profit and service organizations. Jessica assists clients with filling the gaps in their accounting structure and provides consultation and training on how to streamline their accounting functions, improve segregation of duties and efficiently utilize their accounting software. As a Partner, she will continue to help her clients with the accounting aspects of their budgeting, compliance, HR and other operations.

Leading the Accounting Services niche, Jessica works across all the Firm’s niches, assisting clients from all industries and services. She’s currently spearheading her division’s efforts to utilize technology to automate processes which will improve efficiency and reduce errors.

Jessica received her Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Missouri State University where she graduated Cum Laude. She is the fourth generation CPA in her family.

When she’s not working, you can find Jessica spending time with her family. A fun fact – she was a classically trained ballerina for 15 years.


American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – Desert Southwest Chapter, Finance Committee

QuickBooks ProAdvisor Program™

Did you know?

If you could have any superpower, what ability would you want? 
Definitely shapeshifting!  I’m a pretty strong multitasker as it is, but I’ll take all the help I can get between juggling my work and family time.

If you weren’t an accountant, what would you be? 
I’d love to be a writer.

What big goal do you want to accomplish? 
My husband and I have had permits to hike Havasupai Falls since 2020, but they have been closed due to COVID. They are scheduled to reopen in 2023, and we are training for the strenuous hike and three days of primitive camping. It’s way out of my comfort zone, so those waterfalls had better be worth the 30+ mile hike!

What talent do you wish you possessed? 
I wish I could speak a second language. I keep downloading apps to practice in my car while driving, but it’s so hard!

What dish do you cook well?
I hardly spend any time in the kitchen; however, I make really good shrimp and grits about once a year!

Blog Posts by Jessica

Understanding your restaurant’s chart of accounts
The Side Dish
April 2022
Should you outsource accounting? The answer is YES!
The Side Dish
September 2021
The importance of solid accounting in a COVID-19 environment
The Side Dish
September 2020
When is a loan considered a deemed distribution?
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
March 2018
Releasing or Modifying Permanently Restricted Contributions – Is this Allowable?
The 501 S(c)ene
June 2015
Arizona Gives Day is Next Week!
The 501 S(c)ene
March 2015
Tips for Good Governance of a Not-for-Profit Organization
The 501 S(c)ene
November 2013
Best Practices for Not-for-Profit Organizations
The 501 S(c)ene
October 2013
More changes coming to form 990
Henry+Horne Blog
February 2013
All About Blackout Periods
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
November 2011
International fraud awareness week puts spotlight on fraud
Government GPS
November 2011
Why Per Diem Travel Might be a Good Idea
Government GPS
October 2011
Thinking of Terminating Your 403(b) Plan?
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
May 2011
Common 403(b) Plan Mistakes
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
April 2011
401(k) and 403(b) Plans to Disclose Fees Charged to Participants
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
October 2010
Consider Giving Your 401(k) Plan a Mid-year Check
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
August 2010
Defined-Benefit Plans – Recent Report of Deficits
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
August 2010
Classifying Expenses – Is it Program or Supporting Services
The 501 S(c)ene
July 2010
Implementing an Investment Policy
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
April 2010
The Importance of Monitoring Your TPA
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
December 2009
New Auditing Requirements for 403(b) Plans
Employee Benefit Plans: The 411
July 2009

Articles by Jessica

Outsourcing your accounting department
May 2022
QuickBooks tips and tricks
March 2021
Best accounting practices
September 2020
Suspect fraud? Planning for the worst
August 2017