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Concannon Miller Names New Firm Shareholder

Posted by Concannon Miller on Feb 14, 2022 2:38:50 PM

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Jess CyphersConcannon Miller is pleased to announce Jess Cyphers, CPA, has been admitted as a shareholder of the firm.

Mr. Cyphers is a leader in the firm’s small business niche, advising manufacturers, real estate companies, and professional services firms. He specializes in tax planning, accounting, consulting and employee benefit plan audits.

Mr. Cyphers holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from West Chester University and has worked in public accounting for more than 20 years. He is a board member of the Estate Planning Council of the Lehigh Valley.

He was a former shareholder at Abraham Borda, which joined with Concannon Miller in 2020. He lives in Palmer Township.

“Jess is a highly skilled CPA and business advisor and we’re very excited for the executive experience he’ll add to our leadership team,” said Ted Witman, Concannon Miller President & COO.

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. Cyphers joins a team of 17 experienced shareholders.

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