PKHB CPAs has experienced staff members in most industries, including small business corporations, manufacturers, service corporations, municipalities (villages, cities, counties and towns), real estate development, nonprofit organizations, financial institutions, and retailers.
in the firm and Dennis O’ Brien joins Mary in heading up PKHB’s new office in Kingston. An additional 4 CPAs are added to the Firm bringing the total to 15.
by The Albany Business Review, processing a record 6,800 tax returns in the Albany Capital District.
and heads up the firm’s new office located in the Village of Saugerties. PKHB is ranked as The Top Tax Preparer by The Albany Business Review, processing a record 5,190 tax returns in the Albany Capital District.
and Thérèse Wolfe takes charge of tax and small business services in Valatie.
in the firm and in charge of the firm’s audit quality practices.
for the firm. Matthew VanDerbeck becomes Audit Managing Director.
in The Business Review for the fourth year in a row.
Nancy Patzwahl, Brad Cummings, Suzanne Muldoon, and Susan True become shareholders. (Note: Susan True is no longer a partner as of July 2012.) Pattison, Koskey, Howe & Bucci, CPAs, P.C. is ranked the No. 1 tax preparer in The Business Review.
Jean Howe Lossi becomes Tax Director.
changing the company’s name from Pattison, Koskey, Rath & Florio, P.C. back to Pattison, Koskey, & Rath, P.C.
changing the company’s name from Pattison, Koskey, & Rath, P.C. to Pattison, Koskey, Rath & Florio.
moving the Catskill office to a permanent location at Five Mile Woods Road.
Robert Koskey joins the computerization process, forming RPC Works and producing software used by the firm for years to come
allowing for an ever-increasing computerization of the company. The firm opens an office on Main Street in Catskill, NY.
The firm acquires the Joslen Tobacco Building on 5th and Union, establishing a permanent Hudson office at 502 Union Street.
to the second floor over top of Paul Montana’s Appliance Store at 545 Warren Street. R.H. Pattison & Co. begins to prepare tax returns by sending information to Computax, a computerized tax service.
increasing the demand for services interpreting the applicability of sales taxation as well as designing systems to collect and remit the tax collected.
in the McKinstry Building at 609 Warren Street, hiring its first two employees.
to take over accounting for Helbig & Co. Investments. He simultaneously establishes R.H. Pattison & Co., a private accounting practice.
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