On Friday, November 9, 2018 Michaelle Gasiorowski, CPA, Bowman & Company LLP Senior Manager, delivered a presentation on Tax Law Changes and Updates for Cobblestone Software's 2018 conference.
On November 19, 2018, Oaks Integrated Care in Burlington & Camden Counties had their annual Thanksgiving food drive. This year, Bowman & Company LLP helped at both locations. Bowman volunteers spent the day accepting and sorting food donations and preparing bags of donated items for delivery to those in need. The day was full of fun as volunteers and staff packaged turkeys with all the trimmings to make it possible for families in need to have a warm, traditional Thanksgiving feast for the holiday.
On December 17, 2018, Bowman & Company LLP staff visited Camden City Hall for the City's annual holiday gift drive. A holiday tradition for the firm, Bowman Partners and staff donated presents of toys and clothing to the children of Camden to help them celebrate the holidays. Food was served, holiday music was played, and Santa and his elves were on hand to deliver presents. The children were all thrilled to take part in this wonderful event, and a jolly, festive time was had by all.
On November 15, 2018, Bowman & Company Associate Thomas J. Kleinhans gave a presentation to high school students regarding the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - the "NJCPA Tomorrow's CPA Challenge" at Sterling High School.
The presentation was about the career of a CPA, NJCPA, and the scholarship program they offer.
The NJCPA encourages its members to speak to students at their alma mater and in their community, and the CPAs at Bowman & Company LLP are proud to do just that.
Senior Manager Maryann Holloway spoke at her high school alma mater, Deptford Township High School on November 30, 2018.
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This summer, Thomas J. Kleinhans, an Associate at Bowman & Company LLP, presented to 200 high school seniors at Stockton University as a part of the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA). In addition, he presented to the White Horse Rotary Club on the subject of Federal and New Jersey individual tax law changes. The Stockton presentation consisted of teaching the students about credit cards, student loans, and their credit score (financial literacy). The students were selected by the various Rotary Clubs of District 7640 in conjunction with their respective high schools in the state of New Jersey.
The morning started sunny and 80 degrees; however, the temperature would rise to nearly 90 degrees before the day was over. This potentially humid day did not prevent ten volunteers from the management and staff of Bowman & Company LLP from gathering in Burlington, New Jersey, the location of a current housing project for Habitat for Humanity. These volunteers were Jennifer Buccieri, Sarah Donahue, Lauren Granate, Janice Grassia, Maryann Holloway, Stephen Morano, Mitchell Peiffer, Kelly Roche, John Ryan and Kaleigh Sawers.