Our clients receive the added benefit of working directly with a highly experienced, well-credentialed staff, along with our sincere commitment to personal customer service. We invite you to contact us directly. We look forward to getting to know you on a personal level.
Ken Donahue, Member - Ext. 7812
Elena Donahue, Member - Ext. 7814
Eric Swick, CPA, Member - Ext. 7808
Tracey Sailor, EA, Director of Accounting & Tax - Ext. 7806
Scott Jensen, Accountant – Ext. 7809
Laura Posey, CPA, Accountant – Ext. 7818
Alex Alvarez, Accountant - Ext 7816
Sarah Swick, Sr Bookkeeper/Training Manager - Ext. 7815
Carolyn Vickles, Bookkeeper - Ext. 7804
Susan Hesse, Bookkeeper - Ext. 7821
Madison Rose, Bookkeeper - Ext. 7803
Navneet Saini, Bookkeeper - Ext. 7811
Jeanette Drake, Bookkeeper – Ext. 7807
Michelle Keller, Accounts Payable/Administration– Ext. 7825
Drew Wolfe, Accounts Payable - Ext 7801
Debbie Kniveton, Accounts Payable - Ext 7820
Ashley Mauch, Payroll Manager - Ext 7819
Carrie White, Payroll Specialist - Ext 7810
Lori Hollenkamp, Payroll Specialist - Ext 7813
Cheryl Rector, Payroll Administrator - Ext 7817
Whitney Graham, HR Generalist - Ext 7823
Greg McLagan, Administrative Assistant - Ext 7800
Put your focus back on your business by handing your accounting work over to our firm. When you outsource your accounting function to us, you get a team of professionals working for you. We handle your complex tax and accounting work while providing you 24/7 access to your data—and all at a fixed, affordable monthly fee.
"Swick and Associates came to our rescue on behalf of troubled client back in 2008. They provided immediate services that took our client out of a very precarious position and we’ve been grateful ever since. As a result..."
"We have been a client for almost 10 years. We have enjoyed a great relationship with Swick & Associates. I absolutely love working with their team. They are responsive, professional..."
"Eric and his staff have become my 'go-to-people' in regard to keeping my corporation and personal investments in compliance with city, state, and federal taxing authorities. They are very knowledgeable, up-to-date, ..."
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