Bowers & Company CPAs, PLLC is proud to announce that Gregory M. Jarvis, CPA, has been named a Tax Manager in the Firm. With more than 8 years of public accounting experience, Greg joins the firm as a Tax Manager in the Syracuse office.
“I was drawn to Bowers for a myriad of reasons, most notably their reputation for delivering quality client service and their emphasis on community. I am excited to further my career, both personally and professionally, while surrounded by an outstanding group of individuals,” said Greg when asked why he decided to join Bowers.
Greg’s experience includes 8 years at Firley, Moran, Freer & Eassa, CPA, P.C., where he was a Tax Manager and spent 6 of those years providing tax accounting services. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting in 2011 and his Master of Accounting Degree in 2012, both from Syracuse University.
Greg brings a broad range of industry experience, including client service experience in the construction, manufacturing, wholesale and retail, and professional and business services industries.
Greg is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Greg is active in his community, currently serving as the Assistant Athletic Director of Sacred Heart Church in Cicero, NY.
About Bowers & Company
Bowers & Company CPAs, PLLC has served private and closely held businesses with strategic financial advice for more than 40 years. Whether traditional Tax and Audit, Business Valuation, Accounting/Bookkeeping, Forensic Accounting, or Financial Planning services, our approach is the same:
“Master an in-depth knowledge of our clients and their industry to provide proactive, innovative analysis and recommendations with the objective of building and maintaining net worth”.
At Bowers & Company, we set the tone by being readily available to our clients, maintaining close relationships built on integrity and trust. With 18 Partners and a staff of more than 90, Bowers & Company has offices in Syracuse and Watertown, New York.