Best wishes to Julian Levy, CPA, who recently retired from CJBS after serving as a principal. Six years ago, Julian merged his practice of over 40 years, Acciari, Levy & Rabyne, LLC, with our firm. He immediately bridged the connection between his longtime clients and CJBS with his friendly demeanor and extensive accounting knowledge. Throughout […]
Dear Clients & Friends, Millions of parents received their second Child Tax Credit (CTC) checks on Friday, August 13. However, we understand that many are still waiting for their first and second payments or wonder if they should opt out of the credit altogether. We also understand the frustration from many of you who haven’t […]
Pledging a Brighter tomorrow together. In recognizing the immense efforts nonprofits and charitable organizations have on impacting their communities, we’d like to introduce the launch of the CJBS Community Pledge, our commitment to giving something back to the communities that sustain us. At CJBS, we are proud to serve our communities every day by providing the best possible service to our clients. In […]
Congratulations to our CJBS team members who were recently promoted! Even with the challenges presented by Covid-19, these collaborative and resilient professionals adapted to a changing environment and excelled at serving our clients every day. In our tax department, Sophie Chen, who focuses on business and individual tax returns, was promoted to Senior Staff Associate. Sophie’s dedication to […]
When I’m not creating innovative tax and financial strategies for clients, you can usually find me on the golf course. Golf checks a lot of boxes for me. I originally started to play as I saw others developing relationships and business on the golf course. Having never played, I immediately went for some lessons. The first time I hit a four iron long and straight, I was hooked.
One of the best professional decisions I have ever made was to attend the career fair at Loyola University in September 2018. It was then that I first met members from CJBS. After witnessing my husband’s experience with one of the Big 4 accounting firms, I knew that I would prefer to work at a medium‐sized public accounting firm. What was a great fit for him, was probably not ideal for me.