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Concannon Miller Names Two New Shareholders

Posted by Concannon Miller on Oct 6, 2017 8:00:00 AM

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steve and jane.jpgConcannon Miller is pleased to announce Stephen Bickert, CPA, and Jane M. Spradlin, CPA, have been admitted as shareholders of the firm.

Mr. Bickert is a leader in the firm’s McDonald’s niche, helping to advise McDonald’s Owner/Operators on accounting, tax and other financial matters. Mr. Bickert has almost 20 years of accounting experience and has been with Concannon Miller since 2008. He lives in Lehighton with his wife, Michele, and his two grown children, Brad and Autumn.

Ms. Spradlin is a leader in the firm’s small business niche, advising manufacturers, construction companies, technology and other professional services firms. In addition to tax and accounting, Ms. Spradlin’s specialties include multi-state and ex-pat taxation. She has over 25 years of accounting experience and has been with Concannon Miller since 2007. She lives in Washington Township.

Concannon Miller has worked on an evolving leadership transition plan since 2003, including the creation of strategic growth plans and comprehensive management development plans. Mr. Bickert and Ms. Spradlin join a team of 11 experienced shareholders.

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