Joe joined the firm in 2016 and became a partner in January 2018. Joe focuses on the firm’s business clients, providing audit, accounting and tax services.
Joe is experienced in working with startup companies, including his own, which was Philadelphia’s first premier indoor baseball training facility. He provides business plans, projections, loan application packages and accounting software implementation to startups and small businesses.
Joe graduated from Holy Family University and has since worked in public accounting for over twenty years. Joe values personal relationships and has friends since early childhood and clients he has been working with for over ten years. Outside the office Joe enjoys spending time with his wife Kemma and twins Joey and Audrey. He can also be found cheering on the hometown sports teams.
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