Attura provides accounting and tax services for clients in a variety of industries including wholesale distribution, auto dealers, real estate, as well as specializes in the taxation of individuals and trusts.
Levine provides accounting, auditing, and tax services to individuals and businesses across a wide range of industries, including employee benefit plans and nonprofit organizations.
“We are pleased to promote Tom and Josh as Managers and recognize their excellent service to clients and their dedication to the firm,” said Jay A. Kessler, CPA, Managing Shareholder of Samet.
“Tom and Josh’s expertise and enthusiasm enhance our ability to service our clients. We are delighted to promote them as Managers,” said John J. Czyzewski, CPA, MST, MBA, Shareholder and Chief Operating Officer at Samet.
Attura received a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Bryant University.
Levine received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, Finance and Risk Management and Insurance from The Ohio State University.
About Samet & Company, PC (Samet) – Certified Public Accountants
For more than 50 years, Samet has been providing accounting, audit, tax, and consulting services to businesses and individuals, with the principal focus of helping clients achieve their business and financial goals. Samet has grown to a professional staff of more than 60 individuals and works with clients in a variety of industries, including auto dealerships, technology & life sciences, not-for-profits, staffing, professional services, real estate, manufacturing, distribution & retail. In addition to auditing and taxation, the firm provides specialized services in the areas of employee benefit plan auditing, litigation support & forensic accounting, business valuations, state & local taxation, and accounting software solutions. The firm is a member of The International Accounting Group (TIAG), a global alliance of high-quality independent accounting firms servicing clients all over the world.
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