BS Finance, Penn State University, MBA Accounting, Temple University
Tax Research and Compliance
Corporate, Individual, Trust and Estate Taxation
Professional Training and Background: Rich started working in a Selinsgrove accounting firm after living in metropolitan areas and working with major international accounting/consulting firms. Richard next worked in a partnership and eventually started his own CPA firm, which he ran for many years with his wife. He then became the controller for a local industry. Rich is a member of the PICPA and joined JSC Advisers in 2014, where he is highly regarded as a mentor and guru!
Personal Background: Rich grew up in the Philadelphia area and moved to the Selinsgrove area in 1981. He enjoys long range rifle shooting and usually competes in the Penn State region but also travels to other areas of the state. Although Rich doesn’t need to be working at this stage of his life, he still really enjoys it – and the staff enjoys working with him! He is married with two adult children.
How is JSC Advisers different?
“I’ve worked with major international firms and appreciate the larger business perspective from that experience. Jeremy is the guy I wish I had met and joined forces with 30 years ago so he could take over my firm! He is highly motivated, technically competent, understands business, and actively interacts with clients.”
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This tax season is an important one for many business owners because it’s the first that will be impacted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). How big of an impact is dependent on your unique situation. We’ve compiled this short list of provisions that may affect the business community:
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