CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Bober Markey Fedorovich (BMF), a top 20 regional CPA and advisory firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Megan L. Kishman, CPA, to the firm’s Tax Services Practice.
Kishman is a manager in the tax department with more than 12 years of public accounting experience. Having relocated from Louisville, KY, Kishman is no stranger to Ohio, having completed her undergraduate degree in Accounting at Miami University and spending the next five years at a Top 200 accounting firm in Cincinnati before moving back to Kentucky.
Kishman brings extensive tax research, planning and consulting experience for corporate an individual federal, state, and local tax returns. Her primary focus will be corporate tax returns in the areas of Subchapter C, Subchapter S, partnerships, LLCs, and multi-state consolidated corporations, and supporting the tax needs of the firm’s business clients.
“As our tax practice is rapidly growing, Ms. Kishman’s expertise and in-depth understanding of complex tax compliance matters will aide our continued expansion in this ever-changing arena,” says Theodore Wagner, managing partner of the firm’s Cleveland office.
ABOUT BOBER MARKEY FEDOROVICH
Founded in 1959, Bober Markey Fedorovich is a Top 20 independent CPA and business advisory firm in Northeast Ohio serving greater Akron, Cleveland and surrounding regions. Our clients span a variety of industries, many with multi-state and global operations. We specialize in accounting, audit, tax, litigation support, valuation and transaction advisory services, with focus on privately held businesses, private equity groups and SEC companies. BMF is a member of Allinial Global, Financial Consulting Group, and is registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. For more information, visit www.bmfcpa.com.
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