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Heveron & Company CPAs opened their doors in early 1972. The three current partners include: Stephanie L.
Annunziata, CPA; Michael D. Desmond, CPA; and Jeanne Beutner CPA, and the leadership team includes Brenda Smith, CPA, Dan O’Dea, CPA , Kimberly Emilo, CPA, and the semi-retired John Heveron Jr CPA. The firm boasts a current staff of 22.
Serving hundreds of clients throughout Upstate, NY the firm is a certified women-owned business and New York State Department of Education licensed provider of continuing education for CPAs. They are also members of the New York State Society of CPAs, and the AICPA itself as well as its Governmental Audit Quality Center and Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center.
Based in the Corn Hill neighborhood of Rochester, Heveron & Company CPAs is dedicated to helping clients not only achieve their goals, but also to avoid pitfalls by providing guidance and assistance with compliance, proper policies and controls, and with a variety of services including preparation of annual filings, personal and business taxes, audits, compliance audits, reviews and compilations.
The firm works with individuals and small businesses as well as non-profits and affordable housing/real estate companies. Their extensive experience with non-profits, in particular, positions them as leaders in this segment who develop and present regular training programs, and help the nonprofit community with training, newsletters, and other resources.
“We are proud of this long history accompanied by continuous innovation and client focus,” said John Heveron Jr. Stephanie Annunziata added, “We will build on this strong heritage as we adopt new technologies, adapt to
changing times, and identify additional ways to serve our clients with care, competence, and common sense.”